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WHO PAYS FOR ROADS?

User Fees Pay only 51% of the cost of Roads!
Driving a Car is highly SUBSIDIZED by
Everyone Who Pays Taxes
Even If a Bicyclist or a Pedestrian doesn't own a car,
THEY STILL PAY FOR THE ROADS!

It becomes Incumbent upon them to find funds for their choice of transportation, if they need altermatives othe then roads upon which they are fully entitled to use
Johnson, Robert. Everyone Pays for Roads, Columbia Tribune, 3/19/12
Advocacy Advance created Find It, Fund It!, an interactive online tool, to centralize and simplify information about MAP-21 funding eligibility. It has federal funding sources for over 20 types of projects.  It connects people interested in getting state and local bicycle and pedestrian projects funded with resources.
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Ref: Johns, Robert, Everyone Pays for Roads, Columbia Tribune, 3/19/12
Who Pays for Roads? How the “Users Pay” Myth Gets in the Way of Solving America’s Transportation Problems
by
Tony Dutzik and Gideon Weissman, Frontier Group
Phineas Baxandall, Ph.D,
U.S. PIRG Education Fund
Spring 2015

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LOCAL GOVERNMENT GUIDELINES
For the Management of Federal and State Funded Transportation Projects (3/16)
    Most grant money requires a local match.  Federal Transportation Alternatives require a 20% local match. However, there have been exceptions.  For two more years of the TDOT Multimodal grant required only a 5% and Safe Routes to School required no match.  See Local Government Guidelines