The proposal includes details for a 10-year, $810 billion highway and transit program reauthorization proposal as well as $190 billion in one-time infrastructure spending primarily focused on surface transportation investments.
We will update the linked guide during the primary and caucus season, and as candidates provide more details about their investment and policy priorities.
ARTBA’s summary analysis of the Senate’s America’s Transportation Infrastructure Act (ATIA) highway reauthorization bill.
ARTBA’s “Project 2019 Reauthorization Task Force,” comprised of 26 volunteer leaders from all eight membership divisions, developed the industry’s legislative blueprint for the next highway and transit bill. The thoughtful and comprehensive 32-page report was unanimously approved by the ARTBA Board in May 2019.
He called on Congress to increase investment in the transit Capital Investment Program (CIG) but said it is best achieved in the broader context of legislation that provides a permanent revenue solution for the federal Highway Trust Fund (HTF).
ARTBA is calling for a shift in how the nation approaches roadway safety. Read the association’s April 9 testimony to the U.S. House Transportation & Infrastructure Committee’s Highways & Transit Subcommittee.
ARTBA’s government affairs team has prepared a comprehensive analysis of the 2015 Fixing America’s Surface Transportation (FAST) Act, which was signed into law by President Obama on Dec. 4, 2015.
No other industry group devoted more financial resources, intellectual firepower, creativity and innovative thinking than ARTBA to making the FAST Act a reality. Learn more about the key leadership activities of ARTBA and its members on the “road to reauthorization.”
ARTBA dispels some of the most common misperceptions or false statements about transportation funding and politics, and provides the truth about them.