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The 2023 Legislative Session provides a huge opportunity to make progress in providing stable, dedicated ongoing revenue to meet our state's transportation needs. Top priorities for transportation include:
- Quick passage of legislation granting MnDOT budget authority to spend increased federal highway funds ($315M) from the trunk highway fund, along with increased state dollars to match federal IIJA formula funds as well as providing matching funds needed for discretionary grants.
- Additional funding to compensate local governments for cuts in projected state aid funds from the CSAH and MSAS funds (4%).
- Statutory dedication of 100% of the sales tax revenue collected on auto repair parts. (Increase of $183M per year, growing to $192M in FY25.)
- Passage of a capital investment bill with significant funding for local roads and bridges, local road wetland replacement, transitways, ports and waterways, rail and air.
- Increased ongoing revenue through implementation of new user fees and increases in existing transportation revenue sources.
Join us on March 1st to get the latest developments:
- Update on Transportation Legislation in 2023 Session
- Governor's transportation budget proposal
Hear directly from legislative leaders regarding their views and plans for the 2023 Session.
Meet with your local legislators in their offices to help them understand local needs. We will make appointments for you with your local legislators.
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