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ARTBA to Congress: Public-private partnerships, raise user fees will help address U.S. transportation problems
The massive gap between current federal investment levels and what the U.S. Department of Transportation says is needed to maintain and improve America’s highway and transit systems cannot be closed without boosting current user fees and significantly expanding the use ...
What’s Gonna Work? Teamwork! Teamwork Triumphs over Adversity: A Public-Private Partnership Delivers Infrastructure and Economic Development in Tough Economic Times by Robert Grubic, P.E., and Matthew Lena, P.E. Day after day, the same story plays out in headlines across the nation: Infrastructure needs ...
Slumping tax receipts threaten existing programs and future plans. Scary state tax collection shortfalls may influence the creation some of the machinery of any new reauthorization bill. States facing almost unprecedented income shortages are getting worried that they may be unable ...
Relic of the past By Kirk Landers "Most of our budget is going to pay principle and interest on bonds that financed some work done several years ago." So commented the manager of a city road department on a Better Roads survey of ...
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