Impact of Failing to Invest in Connecticut’s Transportation Infrastructure
This September 2017 report quantifies the significant losses Connecticut faces if it fails to invest in transportation infrastructure. The state would forego over $65 billion in long-run economic benefits, wages and output from drivers and businesses and nearly $21.4 billion in state GDP. The report also examines the significant impact on the six key economic sectors in the state.
Cost of Allowing Georgia’s Variable Rate Gas Tax to Expire
The 2016 report quantifies how much Georgia will lose if it does not continue a provision from their 2015 state gas tax increase that indexes the rate to inflation. That provision is slated to expire in 2018.
Kansas Economic Impact Report
This report examines how a $264 million increase in public investments in Kansas’s highway and bridge infrastructure would stimulate business activity throughout the economy, support jobs and increase government revenues—providing as much as $1.8 billion in long-run economic benefits, immediate economic output and cost-savings for the state’s drivers.
Kentucky Transportation Outlook
This 2012 report examined highway, bridge, airport, and other transportation market conditions in Kentucky.