The Highway Trust Fund: Financial Condition and Use of Funds

Jonathan Caulfield (Editor)

Series: Transportation Issues, Policies and R&D
BISAC: POL024000

In recent years, dedicated revenues to the Highway Trust Fund have been eroding, resulting in fewer resources to fund surface transportation projects and requiring, between 2008 and 2014, transfers of over $50 billion in general revenues. This book reviews how Highway Trust Fund monies are being used to help ensure that sound choices and investment decisions about future funding are made. The book examines what is known about the types of projects, activities, and federal administrative functions and expenses supported by the Department of Transportation (DOT) using Highway Trust Fund monies in fiscal year 2013. (Imprint: Novinka)



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Table of Contents


Chapter 1 – The Status of the Highway Trust Fund and Options for Financing Highway Spending. Testimony of Joseph Kile, Assistant Director for Microeconomic Studies, Congressional Budget Office. Hearing on
”New Routes for Funding and Financing Highways and Transit” (pp. 1-32)

Chapter 2 – Projections of Highway Trust Fund Accounts under CBO’s August 2014 Baseline (pp. 33-34)
Congressional Budget Office

Chapter 3 – Highway Trust Fund: DOT Has Opportunities to Improve Tracking and Reporting of Highway Spending (pp. 35-74)
United States Government Accountability Office


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