Delays, accidents, and other expenses caused by deficient, congested or unsafe roads and bridges cost New York drivers an added $20 billion a year, according to a recent study. The need for infrastructure investment is obvious– but even in an era of tight budgets, federal data indicate the Empire State is failing to get maximum value from its highway and bridge dollars. How do we compare to other states? Could we get more for less?
Baruch Feigenbaum Transportation Policy Analyst Reason Foundation
Julia Vitullo-Martin Visiting Senior Fellow Center for Real Estate Columbia University
Michael Elmendorf President & CEO Associated General Contractors of NYS
Ben Brubeck Director, Federal Procurement & Labor Affairs Associated Builders & Contractors, Inc.
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