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Press Release | May 19, 2015
ATM Coalition Urges Congress: Pass H.R. 2353 to Prevent Shutdown then Pass Long-Term Policy

The ATM Coalition sent the following letters to the U.S. House of Representatives and U.S. Senate today, urging members to vote for H.R. 2353, the “Highway and Transportation Funding Act of 2015.”  May 19, 2015 TO THE MEMBERS OF THE U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES: The Americans for Transportation Mobility (ATM) Coalition,

Press Release | May 19, 2015
ATM Members, Others Release National Report on U.S. Rural Roads

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

Background | May 21, 2015
Memorial Day Forecast: Heavy Traffic, Deteriorating Infrastructure

(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,

Press Release | June 01, 2015
ASCE Phone App Gives Americans New Ways to Take Action for America’s Infrastructure

June 1, 2015 (Reston, VA) – ATM Coalition member American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) has released iPhone and Android phone app to give Americans even more ways to get the message to Congress about the need for sustainable investing in America’s infrastructure. ASCE’s “Save America’s Infrastructure” phone app for

Press Release | June 22, 2015
Ohio Chambers, business groups join Ohio AAA Auto Clubs to release Trip report on current condition, use and funding of Ohio’s surface transportation system

Cross-Posted from Trip Website Contact: Rocky Moretti 202.262.0714 (cell); Carolyn Bonifas Kelly 703.801.9212 (cell); TRIP office 202.466.6706   OHIO FACES DEFICIENT ROADS & BRIDGES, HIGH RURAL FATALITY RATES, MOUNTING CONGESTION AND INSUFFICIENT TRANSPORTATION FUNDS. WITH SPENDING SET TO DECREASE IN 2016, STATE FACES $11.6 BILLION SHORTFALL IN NEEDED FUNDS FOR TRANSPORTATION

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