Contact: eflint AT uschamber DOT com, (202) 463-5464 June 18, 2015 — WASHINGTON, D.C.—The Americans for Transportation Mobility (ATM) Coalition leaders reacted to Congressional hearings held by the House Ways & Means and Senate Finance Committees on federal Highway Trust Fund funding options with cautious optimism. Although none of the coalition members
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This week there were two hearings on the future of federal funding for roads, bridges, and public transportation. The focus of the hearings should have been on why it is absolutely essential for Congress to act on a long-term, fully funded bill to reauthorize highway, transit, and highway safety programs. The Chamber and the Americans for Transportation Mobility Coalition have laid out its case in a new publication that you can download here.
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
(Originally posted on the U.S. Chamber blog) Kathleen Hale aims to keep her startup on the move. In fact, that’s kind of the point. Started two years ago in Washington, D.C., Hale’s company, Rebel Desk, designs and sells treadmill desks, allowing professionals to squeeze some exercise into the hours they