On Tuesday, Nov. 5, U.S. voters will decide more than 200 transportation funding measures on state and local ballots. ARTBA’s Transportation Investment Advocacy Center™ (TIAC) will produce a special report about the results, [...]
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Voters in at least 19 states will decide over 200 transportation investment measures on Nov. 5 ballots. At stake is over $7 billion in new and renewed revenue for both immediate and long-term [...]
American voters will consider over 200 state and local transportation funding ballot measures on Nov. 5, an ongoing sign of how important such investment is to their communities. Join ARTBA’s “Transportation Investment Advocacy [...]
A new report by ARTBA’s Transportation Investment Advocacy Center™ (ARTBA-TIAC) analyzes Alabama’s successful 2019 campaign to increase transportation investment, including how organizations in the state built a coalition and obtained bipartisan consensus, and [...]
Transportation Funding: Best Practices & Lessons Learned from the States [July 17 ARTBA-TIAC Workshop]Carolyn Kramer2019-10-28T15:03:41+00:00
Over $2 billion in new revenue will boost transportation maintenance and construction work in 19 states that approved investment measures during the first half of 2019. Alabama, Arkansas, Illinois and Ohio signed state [...]
A key factor in crafting state transportation investment legislation is determining how much of the new revenue is dedicated to local projects. State lawmakers must grapple with the diverse needs of urban and [...]
The ARTBA Newsline podcast for June 14 discusses the June 24 Transportation Investment Advocacy Center (TIAC) free webinar “Lessons Learned: The Importance of Local Funding in State Gas Tax Increases” and the 6th Annual National Workshop for [...]
Only one month left, limited number of seats available for DC event. Join advocates passionate about state and local transportation investment at the 6th Annual “National Workshop for State & Local Transportation Advocates” [...]
Nineteen states approved an estimated $1.8 billion in one-time and recurring revenue for roads and bridges during the first five months of 2019, according to the latest analysis by ARTBA’s Transportation Investment Advocacy [...]
Illinois lawmakers June 2 overwhelmingly approved a measure expected to generate $1.8 billion annually in new transportation revenue, with 80 percent dedicated to highway maintenance, construction, bridge repair, congestion relief, and aviation-related construction, [...]