Originally published on Tuesday, updated on Wednesday, July 2 with "St. Louis on the Air" interview
Former Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood is sounding the alarm bells about the federal government’s dwindling Highway Trust Fund.
LaHood — a former Republican member of Congress from Illinois — wants Congress to raise the federal gas tax to prevent the fund from going belly up.
A proposed constitutional amendment to let voters decide if they want to create a temporary 1-cent transportation sales tax has received first-round approval in the Missouri House.
The battleground over the use of red light and speed cameras in Missouri shifted this week from the courtroom to the state Capitol.
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