2013 Meeting Dates
Please mark your calendars! The Highway Users will host a Board of Directors meeting on July 24, 2013. The 2013 Annual Meeting and Seminar will be held on November 21, 2013. All events will be held in Washington, DC. Stay tuned for details. Continue reading
A 2010 report by the San Francisco County Transportation Authority found that charging a $3 fee for motorists entering the northeast section of San Francisco would generate $60 million to $80 million a year, which could then be invested into transportation improvements.
Driver fees could help combat gridlock | Will Reisman | Transportation | San Francisco Examiner
Downtown San Francisco will be mired in gridlock unless changes are made soon to alleviate automobile traffic â€” and the most effective method could be a long-discussed and controversial congestion-pricing scheme.
I-95 was the most expensive route, costing $7,962,978. It also goes through the largest number of states, 16.#highwaytrivia
As Nemo Bears Down on Northeast – Highway Users Ask, “Are They Ready?”
2/8/13: As Winter Storm Nemo bears down on the northeast, the American Highway Users Alliance (Highway Users) is monitoring the preparedness of state, county, and municipal agencies responsible for protecting motorists’ lives and keeping commerce moving. Continue reading
2012 Year in Review
At the Highway Users 2012 Annual Meeting on October 25th, President & CEO Greg Cohen delivered the Year-in-Review presentation detailing the top legislative accomplishments of the year. This presentation is in our Members Only section. To read about the Highway Users' top policy initiatives, click here. Please contact us if you have trouble logging into your account. Continue reading