After losing more than $1.1 billion in transportation revenue, California considers delaying up to 225 shovel-read projects. Read More.
Facing a $25 billion transportation funding shortfall over the next 25 years, Colorado lawmakers debate the best way to raise new revenue. Read More.
A Minnesota county estimates that it needs an additional $500 million for county road projects and $600 million for the county’s state highways in order to meet the demand of anticipated population growth over the next 15 years. Read More.
The Montana Department of Transportation warned on March 7 that some highway projects may have to be put on hold due to an anticipated $25 million shortfall in the agency’s budget. Read More.
The Oklahoma Transportation Department announced on March 8 that, after having $31 million cut from the budget and further cuts expected, projects could be canceled or delayed. Read More.