Wendell Cox

Wendell Cox is a consultant specializing in urban policy (housing, land use, transportation, governance), demographics and intercity transport and a policy advisor to The Heartland Institute.
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Car Access in U.S. Major Metropolitan Areas

The most rapid door to door trip times throughout urban areas require car access. by Wendell Cox Motor vehicles (cars, SUVs, and personal trucks) are important to national and metropolitan economies, but also the...

Escape from New York City Speeds Up

Reports continue to mount on the decline of New York City through the pandemic months. In a July 2020 post, we summarized the situation: "A 'real estate frenzy' has been noted in Connecticut,...

Ohio Townships Study Shows Bigger Is Not Better in Government

For decades, political interests and academics have proposed measures to require consolidation of local governments under the assumption that “bigger-is-better,” and that larger governments are inherently more efficient. Often such initiatives equate...

Wendell Cox

Wendell Cox is a consultant specializing in urban policy (housing, land use, transportation, governance), demographics and intercity transport and a policy advisor to The Heartland Institute.

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