Transportation finance from an intergovernmental perspective
The National Academy of Public Administration and six national associations representing state and local officials have released a report that explores, from an intergovernmental perspective, options to strengthen the nation’s transportation finances.
The report, Financing Transportation in the 21th Century: An Intergovernmental Perspective, is the product of the Intergovernmental Forum on Transportation Financing, which was convened in January 2007 to consider "the current status of surface transportation financing, the appropriate roles of each level of government and the governing policies and financing agreements that may be needed."
In addition to this Forum, there are two separate SAFETEA-LU commissions that were established by Congress to address related issues of transportation finance. For their reports, click here.