Support Grows for Infrastructure Policy on Biden’s Agenda

Transport Topics Eugene Mulero

November 9, 2020

With decades of experience working to advance legislation on Capitol Hill, expectations are high for President-elect Joe Biden in terms of infrastructure policy. “The president-elect has made it clear he is ready to work with Congress to deliver results for all Americans,” Rep. Peter DeFazio (D-Ore.) said after the election, “with bold investments in infrastructure that help everyone from large metro areas dealing with unreliable transit and soon to be jam-packed highways, to rural communities that suffer from bridges in poor condition and deteriorating roads.” DeFazio is chairman of the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee. The Biden campaign has said online, “We’ve seen the need for a more resilient economy for the long-term, and that means investing in a modern, sustainable infrastructure and sustainable engines of growth — from roads and bridges, to energy grids and schools, to universal broadband.”

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