America's transportation and infrastructure system, once a marvel of the modern world, has been stretched beyond its capacity and has fallen into disrepair. A decaying transportation system costs our economy more than $78 billion annually in lost time and fuel. The U.S. Chamber advocates for a comprehensive approach to solving the nation's looming transportation infrastructure crisis. Specifically, the Chamber believes that a multi-modal and intermodal vision must increase capacity, reduce congestion, and improve the efficient, safe, sustainable movement of goods and people throughout the country and world.
We will continue mobilize our grassroots network to ensure the business community is an active participant in the coming debates on the transportation infrastructure crisis and leads the way to comprehensive solutions.
May 17, 2013Light Rail Routes Renamed
May 17, 2013Hannover light rail vehicle assembly underway
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May 17, 2013State Senator Toni Boucher: Restore School Transportation Funding - HamletHub
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May 17, 2013Light rail link to Robina planned
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May 16, 2013Gov. Martin O'Malley announces $1.2 billion in transportation projects
May 16, 2013Light Rail Construction Closes Powell This Weekend
May 14, 2013Hudson-Bergen Light Rail to be Extended to Englewood, not Tenafly
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May 13, 2013Police investigate damage to light rail tracks in St. Paul
May 13, 2013Transportation funding debate pits new projects against old