DOTD Secretary discusses gasoline tax as Press Club
Posted on 2/21/2017 3:15:00 AM.

If Louisianans want better roads, the Department of Transportation will need an additional $700 million a year. That’s according to DOTD Secretary Shawn Wilson, who says Louisiana is one of only five states that hasn’t adjusted its transportation revenue stream in nearly 30 years. He says that’s why Louisiana’s roads are the 8th worst in the nation.
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BR delegation exploring options to fund traffic relief projects; possible gas tax on ballot
Posted on 2/16/2017 1:15:00 PM.
Baton Rouge Representative Steve Carter says letting the public decide whether to increase the gas tax to raise funds for traffic relief projects would be one option. He says a 23 cent tax is a possible solution in coming up with the $700 million; and leaders in the Capitol City are looking at what that money could go to.
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DOTD: Louisiana residents warming up to idea of gas tax increase to improve roads
Posted on 10/21/2016 12:47:00 PM.
Department of Transportation Secretary Shawn Wilson says, after meeting with residents in each region of the state, there seems to be growing support for increasing the state's gas tax. He says people realize that bigger investments need to be made in Louisiana's roads and bridges.
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Louisiana ranks 4th best state to live in for low taxes
Posted on 11/23/2015 1:46:00 AM.

According to the personal finance website, Kiplinger, Louisiana ranks fourth for best state to live in for low taxes and it’s also eighth for retirees. Kiplinger Senior Associate Editor Sandra Block says the Pelican State has a variety of tax friendly policies….
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Measure would increase gas tax 4 cents a gallon to put towards roads and bridges
Posted on 4/9/2015 2:03:00 AM.
Michelle Southern reporting.
House Transportation Committee Chairwoman Karen St. Germain of Pierre Part files a bill that would increase Louisiana's gasoline tax by 4 cents. The funds, about $120 million per year, would be dedicated to the state's roads and bridges on a local level. President of Louisiana Good Roads and Transportation Association Ken Perret says the funding is badly needed.
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