Presidential candidates Clinton and Trump say they want to boost spending on U.S. transit arteries. But they differ on payment plans and level of detail.
A $2.25 trillion infrastructure spending gap is developing from now through 2025, and the fallout could seriously hurt our economy.
No state has attempted a truck-only lanes plan as big as what Georgia is doing without utilizing tolling or public-private highway building partnerships.
Congested traffic, made worse by changing consumer and trucking patterns, creates $50 billion in shipping delays annually, according to the American Transport Research Institute.
ATA CEO Bill Graves praised many parts of the bill, noting in particular the clampdown on tolling and the establishment of a dedicated freight fund.
The ATA has set its sights big with its 2015 lobbying agenda, hoping to address some of the industry's biggest issues.