A tweet fest, recently led by House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee Chairman Bill Shuster and U.S. Department of Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx sought to give America a chance to weigh in on the need for a solution to fund America’s crumbling highways and transit systems.
According to John, Paul, George and Ringo – All you need is love; love is all you need. And Charles M Schultz of The Peanuts Fame took it a bit further when he said, “All you need is love. But a little chocolate now and then doesn't hurt."
(Originally posted at https://www.uschamber.com/blog/let-s-fill-gas-tax-facts) By Janet Kavinoky, Vice President, Americans for Transportation Mobility Coalition & Executive Director, Transportation & Infrastructure at U.S. Chamber of Commerce A recent Wall Street Journal op-ed by Carly Fiorina and Penny Nancy about the gas tax was eloquent but false. The average motorist currently pays $7.50 per month
Dave Gardner, Vice President of Supply Chain and Customer Experience at U.S. Chamber member Ingredion Incorporated, testified today in front of Environment & Public Works (EPW) – the U.S. Senate committee of jurisdiction for MAP-21 re-authorization; his message was clear – American businesses need a long-term solution to today’s nationwide transportation mobility issues.
Blog by Janet Kavinoky, originally posted on the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Website on February 26, 2015 Ingredion to Senate EPW: Reauthorize MAP-21 with Long-Term Solution Dave Gardner decided he could no longer afford to remain silent about the state of the nation’s infrastructure system – so he took his