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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.

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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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