Our friend Loren Kay, President of the California Foundation for Commerce and Education, has some ideas about how to pay for roads and highways, and why your business should care and get involved.

“California’s transportation finance system is running out of gas. Not literally, but the buck or two for each gas station fill-up is getting much less bang than it did a decade ago.

“The Governor and Legislature are debating how to resolve a $5.7 billion annual mismatch between revenues and spending for road and highway upkeep. But any short-term fix reliant on the gasoline tax will only be a stop-gap measure.”

 Click here for the full op/ed.

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