Reduction in this year’s TAP funding leads to questions about state’s commitment to transportation alternatives

The recent $37 million cut to funding for the state Transportation Alternative Program has some lawmakers worried that the move sets a precedent that could lead to future underfunding. The cuts, approved by the State Planning Council last week, were part of an amendment to the 10-year State Transportation Improvement Program, which includes TAP. The…

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