The Economist: Texas transportation

By September 7, 2012 August 5th, 2014 No Comments

It is a widely recognized fact that Texas’ highway infrastructure is failing to keep pace with population and economic growth. Congestion is a growing problem, and many highways are in need of substantial maintenance, expansion, or other improvements. Preventive maintenance is far more cost effective than allowing excessive deterioration, and insufficient funding will lead to even larger problems in the future.

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