Statements about Transportation
"Our numbers are going up at the airport."
"When Congressman Langevin took office, gas was around $1.70 per gallon, and now it is near $4 per gallon."
Rhode Island has the "worst maintained bridges in the United States of America . . . and we have the second worst maintained roads [behind] Alaska."
"If you put the $47 billion in revenue (raised over 10 years by the Buffett rule) into infrastructure you could create 611,000 infrastructure jobs."
"They're saying that 40 percent of the traffic that goes over [the Sakonnet River Bridge is from] out of state."
The InterLink at T.F. Green Airport is the closest air-rail link in the country.
"Under Governor Almond the RI DMV had a program that allowed undocumented [people to] use their Personal Tax Identification Number . . . to apply [for] and receive a RI driver’s license."
Providence's port is "200 miles closer to Europe than any other Eastern port."
"Voted the ‘best specialty plate in America’"
"We are one of the most expensive [bus] rides in New England."
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