Yes. Highways and other forms of transportation infrastructure are constantly falling apart due to wear and tear on them, and are repaired through tax revenue. Supposedly, taxes on fuel are supposed to pay for road repair, but the fuel tax is not large enough to cover all road repair, so much of the repair is done from general tax revenue. If the country is not getting enough tax revenue from its citizens, then it cannot maintain its roads. This is the case in many countries including the United States.
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