Kentucky Harnesses the Voices of Grassroots Proponents to Push for Federal Infrastructure Legislation
Listen to the 30-second podcast The Kentucky Association of Highway Contractors, Inc. (KAHC) is focused on local awareness-building and national outreach to help convey that states, in addition to regional financing and private interests, require federal funding to help maintain and modernize the United States’ infrastructure. M. Chad LaRue is
Reimagining Infrastructure & New Public Transportation in Kansas City Reveal the Importance of Federal Funding
One of the fastest growing cities in the Midwest is Kansas City, Mo., and infrastructure investment is one of its bread-and-butter issues. “If federal funding and federal collaborations with cities and municipalities diminish, America will fall behind,” says Kansas City Councilman Jermaine Reed. Worsening infrastructure has become both a regional and national concern.
Political Drama in D.C. Not an Excuse for Ignoring Infrastructure
Safe and modern infrastructure and renewed federal investment in America’s transportation system continue to be a focus for the business and labor sectors but, increasingly, for the public and regional media as well. Without new federal legislation, the Highway Trust Fund — which provides monies for the United States’ national