Current revenues will curtail road building in Texas within a few years, according to testimony last week before a House Appropriations subcommittee.

James Bass, chief financial officer at the Texas Department of Transportation, said the available proceeds from authorized debt will dry up after the state signs road building contracts in 2013. Gasoline tax revenues are insufficient to finance new roads, he said.

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