Friday, December 6, 2013

Not investing in transportation costs more than investing

Pennsylvanians will see up front benefits from transportation funding law: William Adolph | "Data also shows that doing nothing is a greater cost to residents. According to a May 2013 report by TRIP, a national nonprofit transportation research group, Pennsylvania’s failing transportation infrastructure costs Pennsylvania motorists $20.60 a week. TRIP reports that Pennsylvania’s 8.79 million drivers pay an additional $9.4 billion annually in the form of additional vehicle operating costs, the cost of lost time and wasted fuel due to traffic congestion and traffic crashes."

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