Uncategorized | July 23, 2015
Trip, U.S. Chamber, AAA Release New Report Detailing Urban Areas with Roughest Roads, Highest Costs to Drivers

Washington, DC – Driving on deteriorated urban roads costs motorists as much as $1,044 annually, according to a new report that evaluates pavement conditions in the nation’s large (500,000+ population) and mid-sized urban areas (250,000-500,000 population) and calculates the additional costs passed on to motorists as a result of driving on

Blog | October 05, 2015
A NY State of Infrastructure is Not a Good Place to Be

Fellow ATM Coalition member the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), in conjunction with its New York Council, recently released the inaugural 2015 Report Card for New York’s Infrastructure and the news was not good for the Empire state.

Blog | October 28, 2015
Blog: These United States All Need Transportation Funding – and House Action

By ATM Staff During this important week for transportation infrastructure, we’re focused on the impact of America’s transportation funding crisis on states, and why it’s imperative that the House pass a long-term transportation bill by next week and the House and Senate conference get a fully-funded bill on the President’s