U.S. Travel applauds unanimous Senate Committee passing of infrastructure improvement bill
U.S. Travel Association Executive Vice President of Public Affairs and Policy Tori Barnes issued the next statement on the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works’ unanimous passing of America’s Transportation Infrastructure Act of 2019 (S. 2302):
“America’s roads ever tend to be more congested than, with avoided auto trips costing the economy $30 billion in travel spending this past year. This bill includes vital policy and funding changes that align with U.S. Travel’s own infrastructure platform, and is really a step in the proper direction toward modernizing our nation’s travel infrastructure and improving travel mobility.
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“We applaud Senators John Barrasso, Tom Carper, Shelley Moore Capito, Ben Cardin and all of those other committee because of their efforts to really improve America’s highways, and stand prepared to assist Congress to guarantee the passing of this important little bit of legislation.”
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