Travel Assoc. Says Shutdown Costing $100M Daily (1/17/2019)

Story by Woodall's Campground Management

The U.S. Travel Association (UTA) says that the shutdown is costing the U.S. travel economy more than $100 million daily, according to preliminary calculations by UTA’s research department.

This includes a daily cost of nearly $50 million in direct domestic travel spending, plus more than $50 million in indirect and induced travel-related output, caused by suspended national parks visitor services, as well as the standstill of travel related to government business. 

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