Monday, August 19, 2019
With the new school year starting across most parts of Florida this week, gas prices continue to decline in the Sunshine State--though two prominent university towns have some of the most expensive gasoline in the state.
Some analysts say the program could cost the U.S. economy $93 trillion.
The designation, which U.S. Transportation Sec. Elaine Chao announced last week, also opens the door to more federal funds for the port which handled almost 300,000 tons of cargo last year with that number expected to be doubled this year. 
The recent column “Florida Infrastructure Could Be Paid for By Airline Passengers” overlooks several important facts about increasing the Passenger Facility Charge (PFC) or airport tax.
The presidential candidates made clear during their recent debates in Detroit that they're not going to tone down their outrageous rhetoric just because most Americans think they're out of their minds.
Gas prices in Florida continued to drop at the start of August, a new study finds--and they should get lower as the Sunshine State gets ready for a new school year.
The 2019 Toll Excellence Awards will formally be presented during IBTTA's 87th Annual Meeting and Exhibition, September 15-17, 2019 in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. One recipient will be honored with the prestigious President’s Award for Excellence during the awards ceremony.
Several polls have shown that voters from across the political spectrum are ready to improve America’s infrastructure--but there are questions about how it will be paid for.
The topic of illegal immigrants obtaining Florida driving permits is an issue usually proposed by Democrats--but not this time as a Republican in the Legislature is championing the issue.
AAA released a report on Monday showing the average gallon of gas in Florida cost $2.58 on Sunday, down nine cents from the week before and a drop of 12 cents over the past 11 days. This is 22 cents less than this time last year and well under the national average of $2.74 a gallon.