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MEDIA ALERT Arizona Transportation Builders Sell T-Shirts to Raises Funds for the Community Food Bank

Arizona Transportation Builders (ATB) and its many member companies have stepped up to organize a T-Shirt campaign honoring the thousands of essential workers within   infrastructure construction as we “stand #strong”. All proceeds from our “Essential T-Shirts” will be going to the Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona. Our “Essential T-Shirts”, designed and printed courtesy of […]

Interstate 11 Draft Environmental Impact Statement available for public review

Interstate 11 Draft Environmental Impact Statement available for public review Formal comment period begins April 5; six public hearings set for April and May PHOENIX – The Draft Tier 1 Environmental Impact Statement for the 280-mile Interstate 11 corridor – stretching from Nogales to Wickenburg – is now available for review and comment. After three years […]

ARTBA Calls for New Approach to Roadway Safety

ARTBA is calling for a shift in how the nation approaches roadway safety. The association April 9 submitted its views to a U.S. House Highways and Transit subcommittee hearing. Rather than the usual federal focus on reducing the number of crashes by improving motorists’ behavior, ARTBA believes the premise must be turned around to accept […]

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Progress on Infrastructure Continues During Recess

By John Schneidawind, vice president of public affairs, ARTBA Though Congress is on recess until April 29, momentum continues to build in Washington for an infrastructure bill.  ARTBA staff the week of April 15 continued working with administration leaders and Capitol Hill staff on various matters, including meetings on the Highway Trust Fund’s solvency, reauthorization of the […]

House ‘Problem Solvers’ Re-Release Infrastructure Report

By Mark Holan, editorial director, ARTBA The Problem Solvers Caucus, a bipartisan group of U.S. House members, May 28 released a 16-page infrastructure blueprint that calls for “modernizing existing user fees, incentivizing private innovation and investment through public-private partnerships, making smarter investments with limited federal dollars, and increasing accountability to taxpayers.” The report shows there is still […]