Miami toll legislation could hurt state highway funding | Commentary

By: Robert Poole April 24, 2019 Florida is one of America’s fastest-growing states. Its policymakers have done a better job than most in keeping the state’s highway capacity growing along with population growth, primarily by supplementing fuel-tax funded highways with over 3,500 lane-miles of toll-financed expressways, beginning with the well-run [...]

By |2020-07-29T12:27:03-04:00April 25th, 2019|Press|Comments Off on Miami toll legislation could hurt state highway funding | Commentary

Florida is Well-Positioned to Compete for Federal and Private Infrastructure Financing

By Dr. Joe Saviak, Associate Professor in the Public Administration Program at Flagler College and Lawrence Martin, Professor in the Doctoral Program in Public Affairs at the University of Central Florida The American Society of Civil Engineers (2017) grades our nation’s infrastructure at a D+ and estimates that some [...]

By |2020-07-29T12:33:28-04:00October 2nd, 2018|Journal, Publications|Comments Off on Florida is Well-Positioned to Compete for Federal and Private Infrastructure Financing

07/24/02 – Lying About Infrastructure Costs: Implications for Florida High-Speed Rail

Two years ago the voters of Florida approved a constitutional amendment that requires a high-speed rail network to be built throughout the state. Like the various previous unsuccessful attempts to build high-speed rail in Florida, a prerequisite to this one seems certain to be a substantial infusion of taxpayer funding. [...]

By |2020-06-15T10:40:54-04:00July 24th, 2002|Issue Commentary, Publications|Comments Off on 07/24/02 – Lying About Infrastructure Costs: Implications for Florida High-Speed Rail
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