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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 | July 10, 2017
Northern Kentucky Bridges that Need Repairs Impact the Local Economy & Citizens’ Lives

The Americans for Transportation Mobility (ATM) Coalition knows that businesses, the labor sector, and the public are affected by deteriorating infrastructure and an underfunded transportation system and want change. According to Dr. Alison Premo Black, chief economist with the American Road & Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA), nearly 56,000 bridges in

Blog | September 25, 2017
Conservatives Among Those Pushing Gas-Tax Hikes in Their Communities

The Americans for Transportation Mobility (ATM) Coalition is focused on sharing facts about the importance of infrastructure and a better transportation network to the business and labor communities, but its goals also include outlining their significance to the public and our nation as a whole. For instance, there is mounting

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

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