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A Critical Review of API's Estimates of Road User Payments and Expenditures

January 1, 1996
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Compares the amount of gasoline taxes and other road user fees paid in the U.S. to federal, state, and local expenditures on roads and highways. Rebutting a recent report by the American Petroleum Institute, this analysis shows that fees collected from road users fail to cover road spending, finding a $22 billion shortfall in1992.

Research Report

A Critical Review of API's Estimates of Road User Payments and Expenditures

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Utility Business Models

Authors

Hugh Morris
John DeCicco
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