Three New ATM Videos Explore How Federal Infrastructure Investment Affects States Like Kentucky & West Virginia
With local, regional and national leaders focused on what the bipartisan Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA) will deliver to America, the Americans for Transportation Mobility (ATM) Coalition is releasing a trio of short videos that highlight three regional voices explaining why the legislation matters.
Kentucky’s Brent Spence Bridge Eyed for Replacement; Sign of Opportunities With New Infrastructure Vision
From roads, bridges, rural broadband and resilient infrastructure, to ports, airports and transit systems, America’s infrastructure is getting a generational redo.
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.
Less Transportation Revenue Forces Kentucky DOT to Cancel Projects & AASHTO Says U.S. Needs Recovery & Federal Infrastructure Bills
While the entire country has been dealing with all things COVID-19, states have faced some tough financial times for operating and maintaining transportation networks because of reduced revenues. This has forced delays in much-needed transportation projects.
While Americans Wait for Federal Action on Infrastructure, Communities Are Speaking Out About Transportation Setbacks
WATCH our video -- Gallup senior scientist Frank Newport, Ph.D., wrote that “every bit of polling evidence I have reviewed shows that Americans are extremely supportive of new government infrastructure legislation.”