32 Blog Posts From the Gas Tax Tag


Are Drivers Losing the War on Cars?

Are Drivers Losing the War on Cars?

This piece first appeared as weekly oos E-Newsletter #511 on October 28, 2018. Even though drivers constitute what should be the largest voting block in the country, you would never know it by apathetic motorists who drive blissfully unaware until they are confronted with the reality of the war on cars—which is essentially an effort […]

ATE Racket Report for January 14, 2019

ATE Racket Report for January 14, 2019

The ATE Racket Report is a weekly feature of the oos blog. We want to bring the issues of automated traffic enforcement to our supporters in a more coherent up-to-date fashion.   Compiled by oos Base Director James C. Walker and oos Communications Director Shelia Dunn.  The Week of January 5-11, 2019… Russia Today posted […]

National Academies Report Demands $70 Billion In Highway Tolls, Taxes: oos E-Newsletter #521

National Academies Report Demands $70 Billion In Highway Tolls, Taxes: oos E-Newsletter #521

“This article originally appeared on TheNewspaper.com, (“Driving Politics”) and is reprinted with their kind permission.”  Federally funded report explores the possibility of turning every mile of interstate highway into a toll road. The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine on Thursday released a report saying motorists ought to pay up to $70 billion in higher […]

War on Cars Watch for December 6, 2018

War on Cars Watch for December 6, 2018

Welcome to the War on Cars Watch, a weekly blog to bring together all the stories that affect motorists with regards to street planning such as road diets, and traffic calming as well as programs such as Vision Zero and Complete Streets. This blog will give you highlights of the week’s stories and commentary from […]

Ballot Decisions that Affect Motorists–2018 Version: oos E-Newsletter #513

Ballot Decisions that Affect Motorists–2018 Version: oos E-Newsletter #513

The mid-term elections are officially over. Ballotpedia stated this week on its website that voters in 37 states decided a total of 155 statewide ballot measures. Not all, of course, were motorist related but a few certainly were. We have also included some important county or city ballot issues that asked voters to raise the […]