Press Release | May 23, 2015
U.S. Chamber’s / ATM’s Donohue on Senate Passage of Short-Term Highway Trust Fund Extension

Originally posted at WASHINGTON, D.C.– U.S. Chamber President and CEO Thomas J. Donohue issued the following statement today regarding Senate passage of H.R. 2353, the “Highway and Transportation Funding Act of 2015:” “While we recognize that passing a short-term extension of the Highway Trust Fund through July was a

Press Release | June 04, 2015
Greater Fairbanks Chamber to Congress: Restore Federal Highway Trust Fund

May 11, 2015 (Fairbanks, Alaska) – The Greater Fairbanks Chamber of Commerce issued a letter to members of Congress, urging them to implement infrastructure funding mechanisms to bring highways, bridges and transit systems up to date so businesses and citizens can rely on America’s transportation networks for every aspect of

Press Release | June 18, 2015
ATM Coalition to Congress – Long-Term Bill Must Follow Highway Trust Fund Hearings

Contact: Erica Flint, (202) 463-5464 June 18, 2015 — WASHINGTON, D.C.—The Americans for Transportation Mobility (ATM) Coalition leaders reacted to Congressional hearings held by the House Ways & Means and Senate Finance Committees on federal Highway Trust Fund funding options with cautious optimism. Although none of the coalition members were invited to

Press Release | June 24, 2015
ATM Coalition Cheers Swift, Unanimous Passage of DRIVE Act by Senate EPW Committee

WASHINGTON, D.C. / FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (June 24, 2015) / Contact: Erica Flint, (202) 463-5464 ATM Coalition Cheers Swift, Unanimous Passage of DRIVE Act by Senate EPW Committee The Americans for Transportation Mobility (ATM) Coalition applauds the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee (EPW) for swift and unanimous passage of the Developing

Blog | June 29, 2015
How Clogged Roads are Draining this Small Plumbing Business

It happens like clockwork, Chris Thompson says. Every year, right around March, as the cold weather starts to give way to spring's warmer temperatures, the trucks start rolling in with the same problems.