Deficient roads cost Texas motorists $23B annually

10/2/2012 | TexasTribune.org (Austin)

Texas' inadequate transportation system is costing motorists $23 billion a year, according to a study by TRIP, a national transportation research group. "Texas has fallen behind in relieving traffic congestion on its major roadways and maintaining pavement conditions on these roads," said Frank Moretti, TRIP's policy and research director. The study also found that the roads will only get worse if funding isn't increased.

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