While approval of the TFA greatly improves Georgia’s ability to fund needed roadway repairs and improvements, with Georgia’s population anticipated to increase by 2.5 million people over the next two decades, the state will continue to face transportation challenges. From continuing to maintain its aging transportation system to further improving roadway safety and making additional transportation improvements to serve the future needs of its growing economy, Georgia will need additional increases in reliable transportation funding from local, state and federal governments. Achieving the state’s goals for a modern, well-maintained and safe transportation system will require staying the course with Georgia’s current transportation program and achieving additional increases in transportation investment.