The South Carolina Alliance to Fix Our Roads has begun to lobby for an increase in the state's motor fuel tax to fund more than $50 billion in needed transportation improvements.

The nonpartisan, nonprofit organization, which is composed of business leaders and chambers of commerce across the state, claims highway funding in South Carolina comes primarily from the 16.75 cents-per-gallon on gas that has not been increased or adjusted for inflation since 1987.

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