In Governing article, “Why We Can Fix Big-City Transit—and Why We Need to”, the Transportation and Land-Use program's researchers are mentioned:
The problems are serious, but transit has a number of characteristics that make it a great place to focus governance energy on fixing. For one thing, a wide range of well-functioning transit systems around the world provide models of what to do. Agency reformers and elected officials don't have to speculate about what works. There’s a growing body of useful research, such as that by Alon Levy and Eric Goldwyn at NYU’s Marron Institute, on global transit costs, that can directly help reform efforts here.