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Posts Tagged ‘Highway Bill’

Guest on The Infra Blog, Greg Cohen, P.E., President & CEO, American Highway Users Alliance

Wednesday, December 19th, 2012

Greg Cohen is President of the American Highway Users Alliance. Mr. Cohen serves motorists and highway supporters as their advocate – pursuing federal policies that improve highway safety and reduce congestion.  Members of The Highway Users include 280 diverse businesses, AAA clubs, and non-profit associations that rely on safe and efficient roads to transport millions […]

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The Uncertain Future of the Highway Bill—An Update

Monday, April 2nd, 2012

Innovation NewsBriefsVol. 23, No. 13 On March 14, by a vote of 74-22,  the Senate passed an 18-month highway bill (S. 1813) reauthorizing the federal surface transportation program through the end of FY 2013. Twenty-two senators, all Republican, voted against the final bill. While Washington stakeholder interests and advocacy groups applauded the Senate action as […]

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In Defense of the House Highway Bill

Monday, February 13th, 2012

Innovation NewsBriefs Vol. 23, No.6 According to the latest (January) CBO estimates, the Highway Account of the Trust Fund is projected to be credited with $168.4 billion in gas tax revenue and interest over the next five years (FY 2012-2016) and the Transit Account with $24.8 billion. Since the House Ways and Means Committee has […]

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