Louisiana roads and bridges could lose millions of dollars of federal matching revenue in the next few years if new state transportation funding is not approved, according to state Department of Transportation and Development Secretary Shawn Wilson. Without new revenue, Louisiana could lose up to $150 million as early as next year, and $300 million in the second year. Read More>>

 Without additional revenue Connecticut’s Special Transportation Fund could become insolvent between fiscal years 2021 and 2022, warned Garrett Eucalitto, undersecretary for Transportation, Conservation and Development at the state’s Office of Police and Management, during a Feb. 24 legislative tolling workshop. Read More>>

 Colorado state highway director Shailen Bhatt on Feb. 21 informed business leaders that the value of $1 in 1991— the last time the state gas tax was raised— has dropped to 40 cents in today’s value, resulting in less funding for road construction. Read More>>