State of Our Roads & Bridges (West Virginia)

State of Our Roads & Bridges 3,070 miles of West Virginia’s major roads — nearly the equivalent of driving from Charleston to Albuquerque, New Mexico and back — are in poor condition. Driving on poor roads costs the average West Virginia motorist $469 per year in...

How Our Money is Spent (West Virginia)

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

Employment & Tax Impact (West Virginia)

Employment & Tax Impact West Virginia Jobs & Tax Base Supported by Transportation Infrastructure Investment Investments in West Virginia’s transportation infrastructure supports… 24,086 full time jobs in the state—more than 50% non-construction related.  These...

What We Invest in Our Roads & Bridges (West Virginia)

What We Invest in Our Roads & Bridges The average West Virginia motorist pays 217¢ per day in highway user fees to build and maintain our state’s roads and bridges. 93 cents/day through the state gas tax 42 cents/day through the federal gas tax 63 cents/day...

State of Our Roads & Bridges (California)

State of Our Roads & Bridges 19,988 miles of California’s major roads — nearly the equivalent of driving four round trips between San Francisco to Canton, Ohio — are in poor condition. Driving on poor roads costs the average California motorist $703 per year in...

Employment & Tax Impact (California)

Employment & Tax Impact California Jobs & Tax Base Supported by Transportation Infrastructure Investment Investments in California’s transportation infrastructure supports… 419,790 full time jobs in the state—more than 50% non-construction related.  These...