In these times of shrinking state budgets and financial downturns, it's more important than ever to know exactly what our scarce transportation dollars are buying. After spending of billions of dollars each year, taxpayers want to know: "Are we better off now than last year? Are we safer on our roads? Are our bridges in better condition than ten years ago? Can more people get from A to B quickly, reliably and affordably? Is our transportation system creating more pollution or less?
Take just a minute and tell your Senators you're counting on them: no more blank checks for transportation without accountability, goals and objectives.