A Conservative Case for Highway Tolling

In Politics by Michael Rae

America’s highways are in trouble.
Congestion on urban freeways has reached all-time highs, and the aging Interstate Highway System needs rebuilding and selective widening. Deferred maintenance for structurally deficient bridges and a teeming backlog of major projects lack funding. Most highway funding relies on gas taxes, which project declining revenues in

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