Upcoming Committee Meetings
May 2020 — Denver, CO: International Finance Conference
Other Upcoming Events
October 7, 2019 — St. Louis, MO: AASHTO Annual Meeting
January 12-16, 2020 — Washington, DC: TRB Annual Meeting
February 25-28, 2020 — Washington, DC: AASHTO Washington Briefing
The BATIC Institute is AASHTO’s center for excellence in project finance, and provides capacity building activities for members of this committee and beyond. Explore the website to find summaries of it’s many events and webinars, as well as information on a slew of transportation funding and financing techniques.
This dashboard shows state gas and diesel taxes since 1981, along with the federal tax and the average state taxes. It also includes EV fees and hybrid vehicle fees.
Transportation Governance & Finance: A 50-State Review of State Legislatures and Departments of Transportation
This comprehensive report, published in 2016, is a thorough compendium detailing how each state, and the District of Columbia, manages their transportation agencies, including how they fund and finance.
This regularly updated document tracks state-level initiatives around the country aimed at raising revenue for transportation investment.
View a comprehensive array of illustrative revenue options to address surface transportation funding gaps.
This is a regularly updated resource on surface transportation reauthorization, implementation of the Fixing America’s Surface Transportation (FAST) Act, and other key legislation pertaining to state departments of transportation.
Throughout our history, investments in transportation have led America forward. Now is the time to renew this legacy for the next generation. Visit http://invest.transportation.org for more information.
If you have any questions and/or concerns regarding the Committee, please contact Alex Clegg.
Welcome to the website of the AASHTO Committee on Funding & Finance (CFF). The CFF provides leadership and expertise on federal and state transportation funding and finance issues.
Secretary of Transportation
Maryland Department of Transportation
Susan Howard, Program Director for Transportation Finance