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Infrastructure Alert – November 19, 2013

President Obama and Vice President Biden have made several recent trips outside Washington to highlight the need for increased infrastructure spending. On November 8, President Obama appeared at the Port of New Orleans, calling for Congress to create a $50

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Posted in Amtrak, Articles, Department of Transportation, dredging, FAA, gas tax, High-Speed Rail, Highway Trust Fund, Infrastructure Bank, ports, Sandy, Washington, D.C., WRRDA

Infrastructure Alert – September 17, 2013

Yesterday, Vice President Joe Biden and Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx spoke at the Port of Charleston, S.C. Vice President Biden stressed that investing in infrastructure projects is vital for growing the middle class and the overall economic growth of the

Posted in Articles, bridges, FMSCA, Harbor Maintenance Trust Fund, High-Speed Rail, HMTF, Inland Waterways Trust Fund, MARAD, ports, TIGER, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Washington, D.C., Water Infrastructure Public-Private Partnership, Water Resources Development Act, Water Resources Reform and Development Act, WRDA, WRRDA

Infrastructure Alert – August 6, 2013

On Friday, both the House and Senate began their summer recess and will not return until Monday, September 9. After returning from the recess, Congress will have several pressing infrastructure issues to consider. Both the House and the Senate have

Posted in appropriations, Articles, Budget Control Act, Department of Transportation, P3, ports, public-private partnership, sequestration, THUD, TIGER, Washington, D.C., Water Resources Development Act, Water Resources Reform and Development Act, WRDA, WRRDA
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