In Idaho, House Transportation Chairman Joe Palmer (R) proposed legislation to transfer $272 million from the state’s Budget Stabilization Fund for a new account to help pay for transportation projects. Read more>> Gov. [...]
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Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam (D) Jan. 6 proposed a three-step plan to increase state transportation funding in Fiscal Years 2020 to 2022. He confronted the state’s inability to update roads and transit systems [...]
American motorists continue driving billions of miles on already stressed roads and highways. The Federal Highway Administration’s (FHWA) latest report shows 285.1 billion total vehicle miles traveled (VMT) in October 2019, a 1 [...]
American voters considered over 200 state and local transportation funding ballot measures on Nov. 5, an ongoing sign of how important such investment is to their communities. ARTBA’s “Transportation Investment Advocacy Center” hosts [...]
The Seattle Department of Transportation has identified four promising congestion pricing options to toll drivers for driving in downtown Seattle. The front-runners under consideration are: area pricing, a road usage charge, tolling based [...]
Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards (D) June 28 signed a bill into law that appropriates $700 million from the Deepwater Horizon BP oil spill settlement to transportation construction projects across the state. Projects [...]
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 [...]
An updated report by the Transportation Investment Advocacy Center™ shows 23 states have passed legislation to support transportation investment so far in 2015, generating an estimated $11.3 billion in new revenue. Over 170 [...]
This ballot referendum campaign in Atlanta, Georgia failed to pass the “Special District Transportation Sales and Use Tax” in each of the ten counties in the Atlanta region, although it did pass within [...]