Rep. Bill Shuster Delivers Remarks to AASHTO Board of Directors

In what he described as probably the “last time I speak to this group” as chairman of the House of Representatives Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, retiring Rep. Bill Shuster, R-Penn., noted in remarks at the annual meeting of the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials in Atlanta on Sept. 24 that he believes a vehicle mile travelled or VMT fee is what will most likely replace the motor fuels tax in a decade as a way to generate the necessary funding to maintain and expand U.S. transportation infrastructure. The following video highlights excerpted remarks from Rep. Shuster’s speech.​

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