BAF Applauds Ohio Department of Transportation
BAF Applauds U.S. Senate’s Action on Bipartisan Transportation Bill
WASHINGTON, DC – The U.S. Senate passed transportation reauthorization today that includes reform and accountability measures, streamlines road construction environmental reviews, and gives states and communities more flexibility in how they spend federal money.
In response Mayor Michael Bloomberg (I-NYC) and former Governor Ed Rendell (D-PA), co-chairs of Building America's Future, issued the following statement:
BAF Applauds Water Infrastructure Report
BAF Calls on U.S. House of Reps to Restore Mass Transit Funding
BAF Applauds Federal Aviation Bill; Implementation of NextGen
WASHINGTON, DC – Today the Congress passed a multi-year bill to fund federal aviation programs and modernize the nation’s air traffic control system. The legislation is now on its way to President Obama who is expected to sign it into law. In response, Building America’s Future President Marcia Hale issued the following:
BAF Strongly Opposes House Effort to Slash Mass Transit Funding
WASHINGTON, DC – The U.S. House Ways and Means Committee overturned 30 years of bipartisan policy today by removing the certainty of funding for our public transit systems. This change will make it impossible for transit systems to plan for the future and serve their ever growing constituencies.
In response, Building America’s Future co-chairs Mayor Michael Bloomberg (I-NYC) and former Governor Ed Rendell (D-PA) issued the following:
Gov. Ed Rendell Applauds President for Highlighting Importance of Infrastructure Investment
BAF Applauds ASCE’s “Failure to Act” Report on Water Infrastructure
BAF Applauds Bipartisan Push for Reauthorized Transportation Bill
Building America’s Future Praises the Department of Transportation’s Decision to Designate the Northeast Corridor as Federal High-Speed Rail Corridor
WASHINGTON, DC – U.S. Department of Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood has announced that the Northeast Corridor will be the eleventh and final federally designated High Speed Rail corridor, which includes train service in Washington, D.C., Philadelphia, New York City, and Boston (letter to Senator Lautenberg here). Applauding this announcement, Building America’s Future issued the following statement from president, Marcia Hale: