Category: Infrastructure Funding

Time is running out to keep the National Highway Trust Fund from running dry!

This is a follow-up to a post that I published back in April, 2014. Since this post was published, very little has been done in Washington, D.C. to arrive at a long-term solution to keep our National Highway Trust Fund going. As this editorial… Continue Reading “Time is running out to keep the National Highway Trust Fund from running dry!”

No New Funding (equals) A Transportation Disaster

It seems that every month, we’re faced with a new looming fiscal disaster that is only averted by our elected officials in Washington D.C. at the very last minute. Many of us know all to well the words “fiscal cliff” and “credit downgrade”. Both… Continue Reading “No New Funding (equals) A Transportation Disaster”

Why 2014 needs to be the year of transit improvements for Tampa Bay

As Pinellas County gears up for its 2014 transit referendum, neighboring Hillsborough County is still debating as to whether or not they hold a transit referendum vote during the same year, or delay it until 2015 or 2016. With efforts in Pinellas now kicking… Continue Reading “Why 2014 needs to be the year of transit improvements for Tampa Bay”

The Infrastructure Funding Debate

I originally planned on posting this topic back on May 30, 2013, but I wanted to make sure that everything in this post is as accurate as possible. On May 23, 2013, a section of the Interstate 5 bridge over the Skagit River in Washington… Continue Reading “The Infrastructure Funding Debate”