ATM Drives the Point Home to Federal Lawmakers: No More Time-Outs for Infrastructure Investment
Federal infrastructure policy and related funding happen in the sphere of the nation’s capital, but these decisions are felt throughout America.
Greater Houston Partnership Says Federal Infrastructure Investment Spurs Regional Economic Success
When the pandemic and slowdown hit America, essential facets of our economy and society did not stop. Transportation infrastructure still had to function, goods needed to move through the supply chain, and regions had to connect.
New ATM Video on Infrastructure Investment — No More Time-Outs America!
That improvements to passenger rail, public transit, bridges, rural roads and interstates are needed is not up for debate. In 2017, the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) informed all of America that our infrastructure was graded at a D+. This included multiple systems, but largely surface transportation.