What We Invest in Our Roads & Bridges
The average Georgia motorist pays 51¢ per day in highway user fees to build and maintain our state’s roads and bridges.
- 10 cents/day through the state gas tax
- 38 cents/day through the federal gas tax
- 2 cents/day through motor vehicle ownership state fees
- 1 cent/day in tolls
The average Georgia household spends 11 times more per month for land line and cell phone service than it invests to build and maintain the roads and bridges we use.
Georgia spends $138 a year per capita on road and bridge capital improvements. Georgia ranks #50 among all U.S. states in this important category. Here’s how we compare to our neighbors:
Driving on poor roads costs the average Georgia motorist $260 per year in vehicle repairs and wasted fuel.