State of Our Roads & Bridges (DC)

State of Our Roads & Bridges 429 miles of DC’s major roads — nearly the equivalent of driving from the White House to New York City and back — are in poor condition. Driving on poor roads costs the average DC motorist $1,061 per year in vehicle repairs and wasted...

Employment & Tax Impact (DC)

Employment & Tax Impact DC Jobs & Tax Base Supported by Transportation Infrastructure Investment Investments in DC’s transportation infrastructure supports… 31,449 full time jobs in the state—more than 50% non-construction related.  These DC residents earn...

How Our Money is Spent (DC)

How Our Money is Spent This is How the District of Columbia Transportation Department Spends Our Highway User Money This is How We Compare to Neighboring States Source of Funding for DC’s Annual Road & Bridge Capital Investment Budget Over the Past 10 Years How...

What We Invest in Our Roads & Bridges (DC)

What We Invest in Our Roads & Bridges The average DC motorist pays 17¢ per day in highway user fees to build and maintain our state’s roads and bridges. 1 cents/day through the state gas tax 12 cents/day through the federal gas tax 5 cents/day through motor...

State of Our Roads & Bridges (Connecticut)

State of Our Roads & Bridges 2,593 miles of Connecticut’s major roads — nearly the equivalent of driving from New Haven to Las Vegas — are in poor condition. Driving on poor roads costs the average Connecticut motorist $661 per year in vehicle repairs and wasted...