highway trust fund

Background | July 11, 2015
Blog | July 11, 2015
Blog: Putting the Facts Front and Center – Again

The myth machine run by anti-highway trust fund politicos is really relentless. I’ve written about it before (see “Let’s Fill Up on the Gas Tax Facts”), mutter about it under my breath every time I see another article generated by it. Just this past week, the machine published an opinion

Press Release | July 14, 2015
NSSGA Launches Infrastructure Advertisement in Roll Call

With just 17 days remaining before the expiration of the latest Highway Trust Fund reauthorization extension, ATM Coalition member the National Stone, Sand & Gravel Association (NSSGA) has launched an advertisement in the policy and political publication Roll Call. The advertisement was launched just as Senate efforts to pass a

Background | July 17, 2015
The Cost of Congressional Inaction toward Transportation Infrastructure: American Dollars, Jobs and Lives

Lost Dollars: From Savings: The savings Americans are enjoying because of low gas prices are being wiped away because of repairs needed from potholes and accidents from poor road conditions. The average person is currently paying $8 a month in federal fuel user fee. For this amount they have access

Background | July 24, 2015
ATM Coalition Congressional, Consumer Resources on America’s Transportation Crisis

Washington, DC — The Americans for Transportation Mobility (ATM) Coalition has released a set of resources to ensure the facts are front and center throughout Congressional deliberations. The educational brochure “Americans Deserve a Faster, Better, Safer Transportation Network“ and companion infographic have been shared with every member of the U.S. House of Representatives and U.S. Senate

Blog | July 31, 2015
Blog: Head-Spinning Couple of Weeks in Washington Yields a Golden Opportunity for America

It’s been a crazy two weeks of votes in the House and the Senate, but there has been positive, forward progress toward a six-year transportation bill. It’s been like an advanced course in Congress, with cloture votes, second degree amendments, perfecting amendments, Rule 14s and ‘trees’ being stuffed. But in

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