Coalition involvement is an integral part in achieving a common purpose. When the transportation construction industry pools resources and works together, we are more powerful and able to advance our interests, from eliminating the federal cap on the passenger facility charge to securing a sustainable revenue source for the highway trust fund.
Federal-aid highway funding by state for FY 2019, compared with FY 2018 and FY 2017.
Notice for the distribution of Federal-Aid Highway Program obligation limitations for FY 19.
FY 19 computation tables among programs authorized under the FAST Act.
Status of Highway Trust Fund balances by fiscal year.
Highway Trust Fund Balance.
Highway apportionments under the FAST Act by fiscal year.
CBO presentation on public spending on transportation infrastructure, 1956 to 2017.
Beyond the Runway Coalition is a collection of the most important organizations and businesses in American aviation, transportation, and infrastructure development and is centered on the premise that modern and competitive airports are essential for growing local economies across the country.
TRIP is a nonprofit organization that promotes transportation policies that relieve traffic congestion, improve air quality, make highway travel safer, and enhance economic productivity. NAPA serves on TRIP's Board of Directors. Each year, TRIP produces fact sheets which give state-by-state reports on the condition of roads, bridges, and federal funding. After following the link, click on the map to download helpful statistics for your state, including the latest available data on road conditions, congestion, and safety.
Americans for Transportation Mobility (ATM) is a national coalition that is working to ensure that our nation's transportation infrastructure is improved and transportation is made more safe and efficient. NAPA is a founding member and serves on ATM's Management Committee.
The Transportation Construction Coalition represents 29 national associations and labor unions with a direct market interest in the federal transportation programs. The TCC focuses on the federal budget and surface transportation program policy issues.
American Highway Users' Alliance the only coalition fighting for policies that preserve opportunities for all people to live, work, shop, and travel unencumbered. We do not represent a particular industry or special interest view. Instead, we strive to present a united position that serves to benefit the broad interests of the motoring public.
The AASHTO Center for Excellence in Project Finance provides up to date information on all aspects of highway funding including state-by-state transportation revenue initiatives.