The Nation's transportation fund

is headed for bankruptcy

Featured graphic: the Highway Trust Fund is going bankrupt

Highway Trust Fund featured graphic

The nation’s transportation fund is going bankrupt

The nation’s transportation fund is speeding toward bankruptcy, but it doesn’t have to end this way. Learn more about our plan for saving the trust fund and investing in transportation on the “Investment” page of Our Vision.

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