Read a rundown on the top public policy issues facing state lawmakers in 2015, state-private sector partnerships for infrastructure, e-cigarettes and taxes and dealing with cuts to mental health programs.
NCSL's Transportation Funding and Finance Legislation Database is an up-to-date source for transportation funding and finance legislation introduced in all 50 states and the District of Columbia since 2013. (For bills and executive orders from 2007 to 2012, please see our archived database.)
This database below tracks enacted, pending and failed bills related to state-level transportation funding and finance options, including:
The database also tracks state legislation that addresses local transportation funding. This includes bills that authorize local governments to collect taxes and fees, and those that allocate state revenues to counties, municipalities or other local entities for transportation purposes.
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