Less than two weeks before the current law authorizing funding for America’s transportation infrastructure expires, ATM members and other national organizations have released a report that evaluates the current deteriorating conditions, safety and use of America’s rural roads and bridges. The “Rural Connections: Challenges and Opportunities in America’s Heartland” report, released by
(Originally posted at https://www.uschamber.com/blog/memorial-day-forecast-heavy-traffic-deteriorating-infrastructure) By Janet Kavinoky, Vice President, Americans for Transportation Mobility Coalition & Executive Director, Transportation & Infrastructure at U.S. Chamber of Commerce Ready to hit the road this weekend? So is everyone else. AAA is forecasting that 33 million Americans will travel by car this long weekend,
Members of Congress are running out of time to re-authorize MAP-21, the legislation that funds America’s highway and transit systems before it expires on May 31, and as they come back from recess and (hopefully) shift their focus to this significant need, there are five things they need to focus on to make it work.
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Cost of Inaction on America’s Transportation Infrastructure Too Great WASHINGTON, D.C. / FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – July 17, 2015 Contact: Erica Flint, (202) 463-5682 The Americans for Transportation Mobility (ATM) Coalition is urging the United States Senate to move forward on a six-year highway and public transit authorization bill and