KGO-TV (ABC 7) in San Francisco filed the report below concerning the results of a study on taxation and transit that were presented at a June 25 event at The Commonwealth Club.
Norman Mineta, the former U.S. transportation secretary, moderated the program where the findings were presented. The survey suggested that Americans could be amenable to increased gasoline taxes if some of the money is used for environmental protection.
The news was announced as part of a program titled Transportation Funding in the Next 25 Years: What Are the Options? The sold-out program was co-sponsored by the Mineta Transportation Institute.
You can read Heather Ishimaru's report here.
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