Fuel Tax Remains Most Efficient Way to Fund Infrastructure

Added on: July 11, 2019


America's infrastructure is showing signs of age, and unfortunately, the current 18.4 cents-­‐per-­‐gallon fuel tax rate is insufficient to fund both the repair and expansion of our highway infrastructure. To keep the U.S. competitive and facilitate efficient interstate commerce, it is imperative that the federal government address the fuel tax issue and maintain its strong national role in infrastructure development in the next transportation reauthorization.