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Feb. 20: State Transportation Funding News Roundup

  Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly (D) is pledging to restore state road funding by ending Kansas Department of Transportation revenue diversions by 2023. Kelly has proposed completing 20 unfinished projects and $5 billion on maintenance over the next decade. Read more>>   The Pennsylvania Department [...]

February 20, 2020|

August 22: Transportation Funding News Roundup

The Michigan Chamber of Commerce is urging state legislators to present a transportation funding proposal. The chamber president said improvements to interstate highways, trunk lines, county roads, and local streets are critical to supporting state industries. Read More>>    The recently approved Wisconsin state budget [...]

August 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|

August 9: State Transportation Funding News Roundup

Wisconsin Department of Transportation Secretary Craig Thompson recommends raising the gas tax in the next two years. Read More>>   Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania, faces a $4.39 billion gap in transportation funding needs over the next 25 years just to maintain existing assets. The region may [...]

August 9, 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|

June 6: State Transportation Funding News Roundup

Despite a 2017 $5.3 billion increase to the state’s highway system over 10 years, 20 percent of Oregon bridges are at risk of becoming structurally deficient in several years. Oregon earned a C- from the American Society of Civil Engineers’ 2019 evaluation, highlighting the unfunded [...]

June 6, 2019|

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