NACA Tells Congress that Letting America’s Infrastructure Crumble is Not Conservative

The North American Concrete Alliance (NACA), a coalition of concrete-related associations, recently pressed Congress to swiftly pass bipartisan legislation to establish a sustainable long-term funding mechanism for infrastructure.

Rachel Derby, Vice President of Government Affairs for the Portland Cement Association (PCA), spoke with the Americans for Transportation (ATM) Coalition about the letter, the need to improve the nation’s infrastructure, and finding smart funding solutions.

PCA is a member of both NACA and ATM.

By addressing lawmakers who are wary of finding a way to pay for the effort, NACA is encouraging bipartisan action to restore the Highway Trust Fund, which has historically been an equitable revenue source for helping fund America’s global transportation network.

The White House is expected to release its infrastructure plan on Monday.

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