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Posted on: May 9, 2018

In the News: Reducing Traffic Congestion Could Cost Residents Money


The Metropolitan Planning Organization is working on ways to ease congestion, but they say it won't be cheap.  "We have about $3 billion worth of need and we get $13 million a year," said Dan Rudge, Executive Director of the Bryan/College Statoin Metropolitan Planning Organization.  They've released a new survey on their website.  It's one question that asks how much they're willing to pay for a smooth commute.  "We don't have enough money to fix all of our transportation issues.  We're really asking the public to tell us:  how much congestion can you deal with and how much are you willing to pay for the level of congestion?" said Rudge.

Source:  KBTX, 5/08/2018

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