In March 2010, Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger signed two fuel tax measures (AB x8 6 and SB 70), commonly referred to as the fuel tax swap, which adjusted the rates of the sales and excise tax on gasoline, effective … Continue Reading →
U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx presided over a roundtable policy discussion at the Mineta Transportation Institute (MTI). Read more…… Continue Reading →
California lawmakers are looking at new ways to pay for crumbling roads, bridges and highways as the traditional repair fund from gasoline taxes dries up. Read more…… Continue Reading →
Whether they’re behind the wheel or sitting in the legislative chambers in Sacramento, few Californians doubt the state’s freeways, bridges and streets need attention. But they have different ideas on the best way to raise money. Read more…… Continue Reading →
LA Times – Assembly Speaker Toni Atkins proposed a plan Wednesday for funding road maintenance with $1.8 billion in fees on California drivers. The fees would total roughly $52 annually for most people behind the wheel… Read more…… Continue Reading →
The Federal Highway Administration has estimated that approximately $77 billion in annual investment is needed to meet the needs of our federal highway system. Read more…
The entire 316-page report is available for viewing at “BeyondTraffic“.
The study … Continue Reading →