Infrastructure Initiatives Remain a Top Priority for Congress, White House


Transport Topics By Eugene Mulero

February 16, 2021

Now that former President Donald Trump’s second impeachment trial is out of the way, Congress and the White House say they can finally get to legislating. For infrastructure and transportation policymakers, this probably means an opportunity to ready the advancement of major pieces of legislation on freight, climate, highways and autonomous vehicles. Already, the leadership of the congressional highway committees (i.e., Senate Environment and Public Works, House Transportation & Infrastructure) indicated they are crafting bipartisan measures focused on infrastructure, climate change and renewable energy. Sen. Tom Carper (D-Del.), EPW’s new chairman, met recently at the White House with fellow Delawarian, President Joe Biden, for some strategizing. View the full article: TTNews.com

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