A nation in

TRAFFIC.

Worsening

BOTTLENECKS.

Time wasted, money lost

The motoring public is paying a steep price for the poor condition of America's infrastructure.

A typical motorist spends 42 HOURS stuck in traffic every year, and costing them $1,500 in lost wages, wasted gas and vehicle repairs.  See how:

 

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Tell Congress to do its job. 
 
Fixing our broken roads and bridges can save you the lost time stuck in traffic and the money wasted in gas and vehicle repairs.  Add your name:
 
 

 

TRAFFIC BOTTLENECKS
AHEAD

 


Bottleneck Nation

The 2018 Top 100 Traffic Bottlenecks report has been released by the American Transportation Research Institute.

Here are a few of the worst bottlenecks from across the country:

CLICK HERE to see the full list.

IT'S TIME TO BUILD AMERICA
INVEST IN ROADS AND BRIDGES

 

The Road To a Better Future

Maintaining a national network of roads and bridges is the responsibility of the U.S. Congress.  In order to move past this costly infrastructure crisis, Washington must act.  Sustainable, long-term investments in our roads and bridges is needed, or the motoring public will continue to pay a price.
 
The National Highway System has long been supported by a federal user fee, applied on a per-gallon basis to wholesale transportation fuel.  This fee has not been raised since 1993, which is why our roads and bridges are in such dire condition. 
 
A proposal supported by America's truckers (LEARN MORE), who currently pay for nearly half of country's highway trust funds, would raise nearly $340 billion in new highway funding over ten years -- and would save motorists hundreds of dollars annually in wasted gas, lost time and vehicle repairs.   
 
 
 
 
 
TELL WASHINGTON
TO END THE CONGESTION

 

Blog Posts

Ronald Reagan was a big proponent of the highway user fee

Feb 06,2018

In a new blog post, American Trucking Associations digs up an old national radio address delivered by President Ronald Regan in 1982. In the address, he makes a strong case for raising the highway user fee as the most effective solution to maintaining America's roads and bridges. President Reagan


U.S. tops new worldwide traffic report

Feb 08,2018

In what should be no surprise to motorists, the United States tops the developed countries of the world in a new report on traffic congestion from INRIX. USA Today reports:


Highway Trust Fund is on fumes and time is running out

May 18,2018

ATA President and CEO Chris Spear penned an op-ed in The Hill this week, sounding the alarm on the impending highway funding crisis:

Highway Trust Fund is on fumes and time is running out

ATA President and CEO Chris Spear penned an op-ed in The Hill this week, sounding the alarm on the impending highway funding crisis:

Ronald Reagan was a big proponent of the highway user fee

In a new blog post, American Trucking Associations digs up an old national radio address delivered by President Ronald Regan in 1982.  In the address, he makes a strong case for raising the highway user fee as the most effective solution to maintaing America's roads and bridges.  President Reagan

U.S. tops new worldwide traffic report

In what should be no surprise to motorists, the United States tops the developed countries of the world in a new report on traffic congestion from INRIX. USA Today reports:

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