New poll: The Trump administration is drafting plans to lift current tolling restrictions on interstate highways as part of an effort to upgrade the nation’s infrastructure. Is this a viable plan to boost road and bridge construction projects?
- NEW POLL: As the new administration develops a plan for funding infrastructure, tolling advocates want Trump and Congress to consider lifting the ban on tolling interstates. Should tolling be part of the plan to bring in funding?
- New poll: Concerns have been raised about the Trump administration’s plans for funding road and bridge projects in rural areas through P3s, as lower-populated areas may struggle to generate revenue. Are P3s a good solution for rural projects?
- NEW POLL: Democratic members of the House T&I Committee recently challenged Secretary Chao’s claim that transportation investments need more project streamlining and that regulations are to blame for the nation’s crumbling infrastructure. Do you agree?
- NEW POLL: Currently, automated vehicles are allowed on state roadways without any restrictions or requirement for a special license under the guise that doing so is legal because the law doesn’t say otherwise. Do you agree with this?
- New poll: Officials at the local level in Kane County, Ill., are willing to charge a toll to cross a bridge that is not part of the interstate or a state route. Do you agree?