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Public Spending on Transportation and Water Infrastructure, 1956 to 2014
Nathan Musick (au); Amy Petz (au)
Public spending -- spending by federal, state, and local governments -- on transportation and water infrastructure totaled $416 billion in 2014. Most of that spending came from state and local governments. They provided $320 billion, and the federal government accounted for $96 billion. This report provides information on spending for six types of transportation and water infrastructure: highways, mass transit and rail, aviation, water transportation, water resources, and water utilities. It shows that public spending on transportation and water infrastructure has been a fairly constant share of economic activity for 30 years; and prices of materials and other inputs used for transportation and water infrastructure began to rise rapidly in 2003. Figures. This is a print on demand report.
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