Road repair vs taxes

the cost of repairing roads has increased with inflation, is paid for by taxes on gasoline, and though there are more cars on the road, they also get better gas mileage.

In California, 60 cents of each gallon's cost is taxes, it raises about 10 billion a year. A penny more per gallon would raise 160 million per year

Of the transportation Fund, 10% goes to CHP and DMV, 26% to local roads, bike lanes etc. 31% wasted on mass transit, 33% to freeways and highways
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Road repair vs taxes
Road repair vs taxes
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