Dr. Dumbaugh publishes in Transportation – Planning – Policy – Research – Practice

Transportation - Planning - Policy - Research - Practice

Revisiting the relationship between traffic congestion and the economy: a longitudinal examination of U.S. metropolitan areas

Is the fear of the negative economic effects of traffic congestion justified, or is congestion merely a nuisance with little economic impact? Research by Wesley E. Marshall of the University of Colorado at Denver and FAU’s Eric Dumbaugh was published in Transportation – Planning – Policy – Research – Practice, challenging the assumption that traffic congestion inhibits economic growth and jobs, costing money and driving away business and activity. The research was also featured in Streetsblog Denver | Read the Transportation article