Statements about Transportation

The Greenlight Pinellas transportation plan involves a "300% tax increase."

The immigration bill includes free "Obamacars," motorcycles or scooters.

"Congresswoman Frederica Wilson successfully postpones closure of the North Perry airport tower."

"Already, a prototype driverless car has traveled more than 300,000 miles in the crowded maze of California streets without a single accident."

"Nearly 25 percent of all automobile accidents are caused by texting while driving."

PIP fraud is "$1 billion in fraud."

Says Barack Obama "promised" gasoline at $2.50 a gallon.

"In some communities, for $10,000 worth of (PIP) coverage it’s $1,500 a year."

Says adding toll lanes on I-95 in Broward County improved rush-hour traffic for non-toll lanes from 25 mph to 45 mph.

"One international flight a day in a wide-bodied jet ... one flight daily generates $150 million a year and approximately 2,300 jobs."

High-speed rail would have cost Florida taxpayers $1 billion to build.

"(Bill) Nelson voted for billions in wasteful spending earmarks like the Bridge to Nowhere."

Says Florida is one of a few or perhaps the only state "that has a statewide review of local land use and zoning decisions."

On the way the federal government should spend Florida's rejected high-speed rail money.

"Thirty-five states have accepted high-speed intercity rail money."

Says the high-speed rail project provides "short-term jobs."

The high-speed rail project would create "60,000-plus jobs for Floridians."

Says Tri-Rail shows the potential problems with investing in high-speed rail.

"The Constitution doesn't allow the governor to not-spend appropriations funds."

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