U.S. Chamber of Commerce

Blog | May 16, 2017
Secretary Chao Outlines Trump’s Infrastructure Vision

By Sean Hackbarth, Senior Editor, Digital Content, U.S. Chamber of Commerce The U.S. Chamber was the starting line for a week-long, advocacy effort to rebuild our crumbling infrastructure, highlighted by Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao. “We’ve got to make the most of this moment. And it starts right here and right

Blog | June 08, 2017
Trump Takes Infrastructure Message to Ohio

By Sean Hackbarth, Senior Editor, Digital Content, U.S. Chamber of Commerce -- President Donald Trump traveled to Ohio to pitch rebuilding America’s infrastructure, declaring “We will fix it. We will create the first-class infrastructure our country and our people deserve.”

Blog | December 05, 2017
Latest Ed Talks: Podcast About America’s Transportation Funding Gap

The Americans for Transportation Mobility (ATM) Coalition is a broad-based group of business, labor and key transportation stakeholders who understand why it is no longer acceptable for America’s infrastructure to decline. ATM advocates new policies and solutions that will provide sustainable funding and network modernization. When compared to some other

Blog | April 28, 2018
Note to Policymakers: We Must Ensure that U.S. Infrastructure is Globally Competitive

The federal government used to invest in America’s infrastructure more reliably, but now other nations are surpassing the United States in the areas of modern and faster transportation systems. These are the messages from Matt Cummings, Chairman of the American Road & Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA) and Executive Vice President

Blog | January 06, 2019
Ed Talks: Ask Congress to Fix America’s Infrastructure

Sign our Petition I have been advocating for American infrastructure for more than 20 years. Throughout 2018, I travelled to many parts of the country to speak with business leaders about infrastructure and transportation. I also saw firsthand some of the real transportation problems communities are facing, and appreciated the comments