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Transportation Infrastructure in Illinois vs. Texas

Both Texas and Illinois have crumbling roads and bridges that require revenues to repair their current transit systems.

Which state does it better? It is sometimes claimed that Texas has better infrastructure than Illinois, but a new… 463 more words

House passes $4.5 billion road plan with over 1,000 projects

The Kentucky House of Representatives approved a two-year, $4.5 billion spending plan on 1,239 total projects for Kentucky’s roads and bridges with a vote on the House floor Tuesday evening. 153 more words

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Vehicle Excise Duty changes

The Chancellor has given the budget today, which has seen a change to Vehicle Excise Duty, or road fund tax that could lead to people who buy ‘normal’ new cars paying higher tax.  159 more words

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Illinois Can No Longer Afford to Be a Donor State

Frank Manzo IV is the Policy Director of the Illinois Economic Policy Institute (ILEPI). Visit ILEPI at www.illinoisepi.org or follow ILEPI on Twitter @illinoisEPI.

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Gubernatorial tickets talk road fund stabilization and public-private partnerships at KBT event

At an appearance before the Kentuckians for Better Transportation group, Republican gubernatorial candidate Matt Bevin and Democratic Lt. Governor candidate Sannie Overly discussed transportation issues in Lexington Friday. 555 more words

Gubernatorial tickets talk road fund stabilization and public-private partnerships at KBT event

At an appearance before the Kentuckians for Better Transportation group, Republican gubernatorial candidate Matt Bevin and Democratic Lt. Governor candidate Sannie Overly discussed transportation issues in Lexington Friday. 555 more words

Transportation officials give update on road fund stabilization, Chamber weighs in on federal highway legislation

Legislation to stabilize the road fund passed during the 2015 session is aiding in keeping funds available for important transportation projects, but Transportation Cabinet officials say there is still more work to be done. 526 more words

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