Federal Transportation Investment — Fundamental for America & West Virginia — But Leaders Need to Walk the Walk, Not Just Talk the Talk
West Virginia, which is carved into the rugged but beautiful Allegheny region and Appalachian mountains, has not been without its struggles in providing public services through the decades. But its leaders are reimagining and reframing West Virginia, with surface transportation at the core of those efforts.
Ed Talks: Aggregates Exec Discusses How Waning Infrastructure & Underfunding Hurt America
It’s a Friday afternoon after a week of frigid temperatures and winter storms and Gary Johnson is speaking with the Americans for Transportation Mobility (ATM) Coalition about the necessity for viable and sustainable federal transportation investment.
Kentucky’s Shutdown of Brent Spence Bridge Proves U.S. Infrastructure & Capacity Needs Are Major Safety & Economic Concerns
In 2019, the United States‘ Gross Domestic Product (GDP) was $21.43 trillion. However, not a penny of that would have been possible without a national commerce framework and connected transportation system — the latter of which is breaking down, lacks longterm federal funding, and whose footprint is increasingly more fragile.