Tyler Duvall

Associate Principal, McKinsey & Company

Tyler Duvall is the former Acting Under Secretary and Assistant Secretary for Transportation Policy at the U.S. Department of Transportation where he led policy development and implementation across a range of transportation policy issues, including transportation finance, congestion, safety and regulations.  Currently, Tyler is a leader in the infrastructure and public sector practices at McKinsey & Company, a global management consulting firm.  Tyler works with a wide variety of private and public sector clients to improve their strategies, organizational effectiveness and operational efficiency. 

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Real Specifics: 15 Ways to Rethink the Federal Budget—Part II: Addressing Entitlements, Taxation and Revenues—Panel 3: New Sources of Revenue and Efficiency

February 28, 2013 • Video

Senior Research Associate at The Urban Institute Benjamin H. Harris; Fellow and Policy Director of Economic Studies at The Brookings Institution Adele Morris; Assistant Vice President and Senior Economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas Pia Orrenius; Professor of International Economics at the University of Maryland School of Public Policy Phillip Swagel; and Associate Principal at McKinsey & Company Tyler Duvall participate in a roundtable discussion on new sources of revenue and efficiency moderated by Senior Fellow and Director of The Hamilton Project at The Brookings Institution Michael Greenstone.


Funding Transportation Infrastructure with User Fees

Papers • February 2013 • Jack Basso, Tyler Duvall

Investments in infrastructure are essential for a vital economy. Tyler Duvall and Jack Basso suggest looking to user fees as a way to raise revenues, reduce congestion on major roadways, reduce pollution, and promote wiser infrastructure investments.

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