One Drawback of Fuel-Efficient Cars? Higher Gas Taxes

The Federal Highway Fund has had a budget shortfall for decades, owing mostly to the fact that the Federal gas tax hasn’t budged since 1993. That alone was bad enough to cause our infrastructure to fall trillions of dollars behind, and new more fuel-efficient cars are only compounding the problem. This has Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood looking at options that include higher taxes and tracking miles driven.

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Transit Authorities to Compete for $100 Million Federal Grants

US Dept. of Transportation (DOT) Secretary Ray LaHood recently announced plans to give more than 100 million USD to various

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