The Arkansas Highway Commission is urging all Arkansans to educate themselves about claims that a proposed constitutional amendment would solve our states road funding needs. While money raised could be used for any purpose, there is no assurance that any amount would go to the roads you drive on each day. You can see the full statement here…
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But if we maintain good roads in Arkansas, here are the opportunities we can achieve for all Arkansans:
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Good roads are good for all. Because we all depend on our highways, roads, streets and bridges every day for business, industry, tourism, healthcare, education, and daily travel to routine destinations. If we take our roads for granted, and allow them to deteriorate, our quality of life will suffer.
Arkansas has one of the largest state highway systems in the nation, but lacks the dedicated revenue to adequately support it. In fact, the Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department’s routine maintenance needs now, and have for some time, exceeded available funding. Arkansas ranks 12th in the nation in the size of the state highway system, but ranks 43rd in revenue to operate and improve the system. And those facts create a great opportunity for our elected and appointed leaders, and for all Arkansans.
The Arkansas Good Roads Foundation exists to effectively use research, communications and education in support of adequately funded statewide highway programs, producing measurable benefits for all Arkansans.
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Support action for improvements. Good roads must be a priority for our state to help ensure safety, economic growth, increased jobs, and reduced costs.