Gregory F. Scott, P.E., M.ASCE, Past ASCE Region 2 Governor, Chair of the 2010 ASCE PA Infrastructure Report Card Committee, will utilize ASCE’s Report Card as a basis for his discussion on the condition of PA’s infrastructure.
Roads – National Grade DCurrently, 32% of the US’smajor roads are in poor ormediocre condition, costingU.S. motorists $67 billion ayear, or $324 per motorist, inadditional repairs andoperating costs.
Roads – PA Grade D38% of Pennsylvania’s roadsare in poor or mediocrecondition
Driving on roads in need ofrepair costs Pennsylvaniamotorists $2.947 billion ayear in extra vehicle repairsand operating costs – $341per motoristRoads – PA Grade D
TAC Report: $3.5 billion annualfunding gapPA to spend less on highwaysthis year than in 2007Last PA gas tax increase – 1997Last federal gas tax increase –1993Gas tax revenue does notincrease with gas priceFederal energy policyencourages conservationAct 44 was a two-edged sword
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