Long-term spending plan needed to save America’s infrastructure

It’s painfully obvious to anyone driving on Pennsylvania’s roads and highways that infrastructure improvements are badly needed. The state began to address its crumbling infrastructure – specifically its long list of structurally deficient bridges – upon passing Act 89 in 2013. It effectively raised the gasoline fuel tax and increased several motor vehicle fees. Although the 58.3 cents per gallon gas tax is hitting drivers hard in the wallet, it’s also raised billions in revenue.


Source: Observer-Reporter

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