State poll: Most voters want fuel-tax funds used only on transportation projects

A poll recently commissioned by Associated Pennsylvania Constructors (APC) reveals that four out of five Pennsylvania voters oppose using revenue derived from increased fuel taxes for non-transportation purposes, When the state enacted Act 89 in 2013, it raised taxes and user fees to cover transportation improvements, with revenue directed to the Motor License Fund and earmarked strictly for highway use, including State Police patrols. Read More »