U.S. Tolling Industry Facts
About the Authors
Pat Jones is Executive Director & CEO of the International Bridge, Tunnel and Turnpike Association. Since assuming this position in 2002, Jones has built IBTTA into the principal advocate for toll-financed transportation and the leader in producing high quality educational experiences for toll industry professionals.
Rob Horr has been Executive Director of the Thousand Islands Bridge Authority (TIBA) since January 2003. Rob serves as the President of IBTTA in 2013.
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Author Archives: PJones
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If there is one thing the United States learned from Super Storm Sandy—or from the dozens of natural disasters that came before it, from the Gulf of Mexico to New England—it’s that we can never be too prepared. Unfortunately, we … Continue reading