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TIAC tracks the latest state & local transportation funding news. To contribute to this effort, contact Carolyn Kramer.
By Nick Goldstein, vice president of regulatory and legal issues, ARTBA Trucking interests have sued Rhode Island over its “RhodeWorks” tolling program, jeopardizing millions of dollars in toll revenue in the state. The federal district court litigation, which was initiated in early 2020, could have [...]
Jan. 15 Update: Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker (R) has signed into law a $16.5 billion transportation funding bond bill. The governor vetoed rideshare fee increases in the same bill, stating that travel patterns need to be reassessed post-pandemic before instituting new fees. Original Post: Massachusetts [...]
The ongoing impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on general fund and transportation-specific revenues is among the most prominent challenges facing U.S. states in 2021. Some states might delay raising taxes or fees until their economies stabilize. Others might wait to see what the new Biden [...]
Pennsylvania transportation agencies are struggling to fund operations as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact revenues. The Pennsylvania Turnpike Authority said it will borrow $550 million to make its required payment to the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT). Read More>> Meanwhile, PennDOT is facing a [...]
Support Hits 20-year High Voters in 19 states Nov. 3 approved 94 percent of state and local ballot initiatives that will provide an additional $14 billion in one-time and recurring revenue for transportation improvements. The approval rate (303 out of 322 finalized) was the highest [...]
By Mark Holan, editorial director, ARTBA Former senior Capitol Hill advisors and ARTBA senior staff will explore the race for the White House, control of Congress, and the impacts these outcomes will have on transportation infrastructure investment in 2021 and beyond. ARTBA’s Transportation Investment Advocacy [...]