American Road & Transportation Builders Association

Blog | June 09, 2017
ARTBA’s Unprecedented TIAC Effort Provides State and Local Advocates with Ways to Increase Funding

In the past decade, the Unites States’ surface-transportation system has been affected by a lack of predictable and sustainable funding – and some might argue political courage as well. President Donald Trump and members of Congress were partly elected on a promise to America: improving the nation’s infrastructure. But long

Blog | June 19, 2018
Road Builders Association CEO Explains How He Approaches Policymakers on the Hill

The American Road & Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA) and its President & CEO Pete Ruane are not letting their feet off the gas in framing why the U.S. transportation system must be a policy priority. ARTBA is an infrastructure-advocacy heavyweight. It is a proponent for forward-looking legislation that will help

Blog | October 17, 2018
Crumbling Bridges in Mississippi: How Declining Infrastructure Has Rippling Effects

Part One of a Two-Part Series -- Aging bridges in Mississippi prove how much infrastructure is a bread-and-butter issue. More than half of the population lives in rural areas, and the state is among the poorest in the nation, having received between $2 and $3 for every dollar it sends to the federal government.