Gas Tax Should Yield to Mile Fee as Cars Evolve: James M. WhittyJames M. Whitty
Sept. 28 (Bloomberg) -- For 80 years the U.S. has relied on motor-fuel taxes to pay for road repairs, transit systems and highway construction. This system needs an overhaul because soaring fuel efficiency and a poor economy jeopardize the current tax’s fundraising power.
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