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Jan. 6: State Transportation Funding News Roundup

The North Carolina Department of Transportation will submit a financial proposal by Jan. 15 detailing their projected spending, control measures, and policies. As a response to the department’s previous budgeting problems, the new plan will consider financial obstacles and potential natural disaster damage. Read more>> [...]

January 6, 2020|

November 22: State Transportation Funding News Roundup

  Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont (D) proposed a $21 billion, decade-long transportation funding plan for multimodal transportation improvements. Toll assessments—beginning in 2023, and ranging from 50 cents to $7—would be used to repay federal loans for the projects. Read More>>   Also in Connecticut, state [...]

November 22, 2019|

August 16: State Transportation Funding News Roundup

Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers (D) and Republican legislators agreed on a two-year budget that emphasizes new revenues and less borrowing by increasing vehicle registration fees. Evers highlighted The budget contains a lockbox provision that will protect transportation funding. Read More>>   North Carolina Gov. Roy [...]

August 16, 2019|

July 12: State Transportation Funding News Roundup

In Manchester, Connecticut, town board approval of an $18 million bond hinges on how the public works director prioritizes improvements to arterial roads, side streets, sidewalks, and other infrastructure vying for funding. Read More>>   Massachusetts House Speaker Robert DeLeo (D – 19) said he [...]

July 12, 2019|

May 23: State Transportation Funding News Roundup

Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds (R) May 17 signed legislation raising the annual electric vehicle registration fee by $130. The new revenue will supplement the Road Use Tax Fund, which supports transportation construction and maintenance. Read More>>   More than two-fifths of Illinois’ major roads are [...]

May 23, 2019|

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