Report: Maintenance costs put brakes on Georgia road construction

09/25/2007 | American City Business Journals

Maintenance costs and debt service have used up virtually all funds from gas tax revenue for new road construction in Georgia, according to a report from the Georgia Department of Transportation. Only $141 million, or about 5% of the state's annual transportation budget, is being used to build new projects, and maintenance and debt costs could exceed available revenue by 2013, according to the report.

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