Archive: Scott Beyer
Scott Beyer is the owner of the Market Urbanism Report, a media company that advances free-market city policy. He is also an urban affairs journalist who writes regular columns for Forbes, Governing Magazine, HousingOnline.com, and Catalyst. Follow him on Twitter: @sbcrosscountry.
Why the Shutdown in America Must End
The shutdown exacts great costs on our economy and liberty but hasn’t proven effective
Private Cities Are a Needed Experiment
They are an opportunity to restore personal and economic freedom in ways that normal cities do not
Elon Musk Might Move Tesla From California
California has an anti-business and anti-people policy regime
Zoning Can Not Be Replaced by Deed Restrictions
City-sanctioned deeds are considered a market-oriented alternative to zoning but they have similar, if worse problems
What Virginia’s I-81 Says About the Future of U.S. Freight
Decisions made on the key stretch of interstate could, for better or worse, foretell how goods are moved elsewhere
The State of U.S. Trucking: a Q&A with Rachel Premack
I spoke with the Business Insider reporter on how trucking is affected by federal policy, technology, coronavirus and more.
Towards a Free-Market for Curb Space
If city governments auction out usage of their curbs, it would create far better private transit.
Could Skateboarding Become a Valid Transport Option?
College campuses, and to a lesser degree, cities, could make way for this growing micro-mobility form
How the U.S. Government Destroyed Black Neighborhoods
Post-World War II Urban Renewal Replaced Thriving Black Hubs with Highways and Public Housing.