highway trust fund
Dear [Congressman or Senator], Please work with your colleagues in Congress to ensure that the federal government continues investing in our infrastructure. Before the current transportation authorization law, Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century (MAP-21), expires and money runs out on May 31, 2015, Congress needs to identify
Overall spending on America’s public infrastructure is stuck in neutral and going nowhere fast, according to a new study.
WASHINGTON, D.C.—As lawmakers head back to their districts before the midterm elections, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce-led Americans for Transportation Mobility (ATM) coalition today launched a regionally focused, multi-platform ad campaign urging Congress to develop a long-term solution to the Highway Trust Fund (HTF). The print, digital, and high-impact ad
Originally Posted on AAA.com; educational infographic on how Highway Trust Fund works and why it needs fixing also released (WASHINGTON, Jan. 26, 2015) AAA, the American Trucking Associations and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce delivered a joint letter to Congress today in support of increased transportation funding. Dear Members of
Puxatawny Phil saw his shadow last week – six more weeks of winter if the little critter’s prediction is correct. I think what he was predicting, though, instead of whether the seasons will soon change, may have related to the current, never-ending winter of discontent for anyone who cares about our nation’s surface transportation funding program.