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Posts Tagged ‘Gary Hoitsma’

12 U.S. DOT Secretaries Speak, But Won’t Agree on a “Fix”

Monday, July 28th, 2014

Innovation Newsbriefs
Vol. 25, No. 10
The 12 bipartisan secretaries allude in their letter to their combined experience stretching back over 35 years. Indeed, they arguably have more institutional knowledge, experience and expertise in transportation funding than the whole current Congress combined. Their coming together at this moment also bespeaks to their above-the-fray non-partisanship and general collegiality…So the obvious question for them is: Why can’t they, or why won’t they, make a single substantive consensus recommendation on exactly how transportation funding should be increased?

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Obama’s $50 Billion Fix-It-First Program

Friday, February 22nd, 2013

Innovation NewsBriefs
Vol. 24, No. 3
Reactions to President Obama’s $50 billion “Fix-It-First” infrastructure initiative continue to pour in. While the transportation industry and liberal advocacy groups publicly applaud the President, “insider reaction among the major transportation stakeholder groups amounts to profound disappointment on a private level,” wrote the influential Washington Letter on Transportation (WLT) in its latest issue.

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Current Status of the Transportation Bill Negotiations

Tuesday, June 26th, 2012

We are reproducing below with the editor’s permission an excerpt from this week’s “Washington Letter on Transportation.” The analysis offers a perceptive and accurate assessment, in our judgment, of the current status of the transportation bill negotiations on Capitol Hill.  The full analysis can be made available on request from Gary Hoitsma, editor, hoitsmag@carmengroup.com Hint […]

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Revisiting the Senate Highway Bill

Wednesday, May 9th, 2012

Innovation NewsBriefsVol. 23, No. 16  “I have not been a student of the Senate bill because the Senate bill has been academic to me. But now that it’s becoming a potential reality and I’m a potential negotiator, I will become conversant with the Senate bill line by line and then I’ll have an opinion,” Rep. […]

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