Ed Mortimer

Blog | May 15, 2017
Americans Overwhelmingly Want To Rebuild America

By Ed Mortimer, Executive Director, Transportation Infrastructure, U.S. Chamber of Commerce Key Takeaways: Leaders have the opportunity to modernize our infrastructure. The business community is ready to help. #TimeToBuild In Washington and across the country, there is a growing consensus that it’s time to rebuild America. #TimeToBuild Americans from coast

Blog | June 27, 2017
U.S. Chamber & ATM Exec Says Leaders Should Not Delay Investment in Infrastructure

Better infrastructure and a faster and safer transportation system are bipartisan issues that businesses, towns and cities, and the public are rallying behind. And the Americans for Transportation Mobility (ATM) Coalition is imploring our federally elected officials to do something now to address our deteriorating infrastructure. In our new video,

Blog | October 04, 2017
Ed Talks: Mortimer Speaks about Infrastructure and Transportation Investment at Events across the Nation

As America waits to hear President Trump and Congress’s newest proposals on funding, repairing and growing investment in U.S. infrastructure and transportation, Americans for Transportation Mobility (ATM) Coalition Executive Director Ed Mortimer has been traveling around the country to build awareness and support for swift and sustainable solutions. Mortimer is

Blog | December 05, 2017
Latest Ed Talks: Podcast About America’s Transportation Funding Gap

The Americans for Transportation Mobility (ATM) Coalition is a broad-based group of business, labor and key transportation stakeholders who understand why it is no longer acceptable for America’s infrastructure to decline. ATM advocates new policies and solutions that will provide sustainable funding and network modernization. When compared to some other

Blog | January 10, 2018
ATM Exec Welcomes Problem Solvers’ Infrastructure Push

Jan. 10, 2018 — Ed Mortimer, Executive Director of the Americans for Transportation Mobility (ATM) Coalition, praised ideas presented today by the bipartisan House Problem Solvers Caucus to modernize and improve America’s infrastructure. The ATM Coalition, which is comprised of multiple stakeholder organizations in the business and labor communities, is