Tapping The Brakes On Public-Private Partnership in Texas

Texas is a highway state. This reality stems from the need to meet the mobility demands of both sprawling metropolitan regions and vast rural areas. Paying for the state’s massive system of highways has always been a challenge, however. Estimates from the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) put the state’s highway expansion and maintenance needs alone at nearly $383 billion by 2040. Existing public funding, projected to be $70 billion over the next decade, will not be able to cover that cost without unprecedented funding increases after 2026.

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Source: The Rivard Report

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