Approved Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin (R) approved a bill on May 31 to create a $100 annual registration fee for electric motor vehicles and a $30 annual fee for hybrid motor vehicles. The law goes into effect on Nov. 1. Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper (D) approved a...read more
Idaho House Speaker Scott Bedke (R- District 27A) expects transportation funding will be a bigger issue than anticipated in the last month of the 2017 legislative session, describing damaged roads and rough winter weather during a March 1 lunch with the Capitol press...read more
Nebraska is on its way to passing a transportation funding bill, Alabama and Mississippi are considering gasoline tax increases, and Pennsylvania, New Hampshire and Connecticut are reviewing legislation to protect transportation revenue. In Utah, the legislature...read more
Preliminary election results show that voters approved $7 million in transportation funding on local ballots in two states March 8. Two additional ballots failed to pass voter consideration. In Michigan, three townships voted on transportation funding increases....read more
Forty-four bills to increase transportation funding have been considered in 23 states so far in the 2016 legislative session, according to an updated report from the Transportation Investment Advocacy Center. Of those considering methods to increase transportation...read more
While some states move forward on transportation funding legislation, others grapple with transportation revenue shortfalls. State Transportation Funding Legislation Activity Hawaii Gov. David Ige included a plan to increase the state gas tax by 3 cents-per-gallon, as...read more
This unsuccessful campaign with the New Hampshire state legislature failed to pass a transportation bill that would have increased the gasoline tax by 12-cents-per-gallon. House Bill 617 proposed a half-billion dollar tax increase on gasoline over the course of a...read more
A 4.2 cents-per-gallon motor fuel increase was signed into law in New Hampshire on May 20, 2014 for the purpose of resurfacing and reconstruction on secondary roadways, municipal bridges, and Interstate 93. Case Study- New Hampshire 2014 Gas Tax Increase (SB...read more
The TIAC staff researches and prepares detailed case studies of recent successful—and unsuccessful—state and local legislative and ballot initiative campaigns aimed at increasing transportation infrastructure investment. For each case, the studies dig into the...read more
The Transportation Investment Advocacy Center’s second 2015 report on state transportation legislation is now available. 21 states are currently considering transportation funding legislation, with more expected as the year progresses. TIAC staff have tracked 48...read more
In a short video produced by the American Association of State and Highway Transportation Officials, New Hampshire Department of Transportation Commissioner Christopher Clement discusses the movement that lead to a recent, landmark decision to increase the state’s gas...read more
Gov. Maggie Hassan signed legislation to raise the New Hampshire gasoline and diesel fuel taxes by four cents per gallon, the first increase in 23 years. The tax will go into effect July 1 and had bipartisan political and business community support. The new gas tax...read more
Earlier today, the New Hampshire House passed a 4.2 cents-per-gallon gasoline tax increase with a vote of 193 to 141. The bill now awaits the signature of Governor Maggie Hassan (D), who has already pledged to sign the bill into law. In a statement released after the...read more
A New Hampshire bill to raise the gas tax by approximately 4-cents-per-gallon is currently under consideration in the state legislature. Senate Bill 367—sponsored by Senator Jim Rausch (R-Derry)—proposes an increase of the state gasoline tax by 4.2-cents-per-gallon in...read more
New Hampshire 2016 Ballot Measure Results
- Compressed natural gas (CNG), liquefied natural gas (LNG), and propane (LPG): 22.2 cents-per-GGE.
Fee/Tax in addition to Gas Excise Tax: Oil discharge and cleanup fee (1.625 cents-per-gallon).
*Federal funding percentages are from an ARTBA analysis of FHWA Highway Statistics data, total ten year average 2004-2013 from tables SF-1 and SF-2. The percent is the ratio of federal aid reimbursements to the state and total state capital outlays and is indicative of the importance of the federal aid program to state capital spending for highways and bridges. Does not include local capital spending. Federal highway reimbursements are primarily used for capital outlays, including construction, right of way and engineering, but are also used for debt service for GARVEE bonds.