In 2013, the Ohio state legislature delivered an increase in transportation funding. Ohio Governor John Kasich (R) signed a two-year, $7.6 billion transportation and public safety budget bill that also permitted states to use toll revenue from the Ohio Turnpike for projects beyond its 241-mile toll road borders. The law allocated $4 billion to pay for road and bridge contracts, which was mostly funded through fuel tax revenues.
- June 28: Two Weeks Left to Register for the July 12 Advocates Workshop
- June 27: Case Study on California’s 2017 Transportation Funding Legislation Now Available
- California’s 2017 Transportation Funding Legislation
- June 22: State Transportation Funding News Roundup
- June 20: West Virginia Legislature Passes $135 Million Annual Transportation Funding Bill
- June 19: Illinois Transportation Work May Hit July 1 Roadblock
- June 16: State Transportation Funding News Roundup
- State Lawmakers to Discuss Transportation Funding Strategies at July 12 Advocates Workshop in D.C.
- June 9: ARTBA’s Unprecedented TIAC Effort Provides State and Local Advocates with Ways to Increase Funding (Americans for Transportation Mobility)
- June 9: State Transportation Funding Legislation Update
- June 9: Vote to Increase Gas Tax has No Effect on Reelection in NJ Primary
- June 8: State Transportation Funding News Roundup
- Transportation Funding Best Practices to be Explored at July 12 Advocates Workshop
- June 2: State Transportation Funding News Roundup
- June 2: State Transportation Funding Legislation Activity