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Infrastructure

By Patrick Burnson · February 13, 2018
Sustainable, dependable federal investment in national systems must come with state commitments to lift excessive barriers on cities’ revenue tools.
By Jeff Berman · February 12, 2018
The long-awaited national infrastructure plan was rolled out today by the White House as part of its fiscal year 2019 budget. Entitled, the “Legislative Outline for Rebuilding Infrastructure in America,” this plan is comprised of various ideas and themes that have been echoed by the White House since Donald Trump took over as President in January 2017.
By Michael Gravier · February 7, 2018
There are early signs that there might finally be some movement toward addressing infrastructure investment in this country. Yet even in the best case – that funding is fixed in the next few months – infrastructure won’t improve anytime soon.
By Jeff Berman · January 18, 2018
A report recently issued by the Problem Solvers Caucus platform focuses on bipartisan policy solutions with an eye on augmenting United States’ infrastructure. Entitled, “Rebuilding America’s Infrastructure,” the report comes at a time when the current status of U.S. infrastructure planning, from both an operational and financial perspective, is somewhat stuck in neutral.
By John D. Schulz · January 11, 2018
The United States needs a major upgrade to its infrastructure—roads, bridges, ports, electrical grids and broadband--to keep up with its newly booming economy.
By Patrick Burnson · January 10, 2018
Speaking on behalf of the American Association of Port Authorities (AAPA), Port of Cleveland President and CEO William Friedman will testify tomorrow before the U.S. Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works (EPW) in a hearing titled America’s Water Infrastructure Needs and Challenges
By John D. Schulz · August 31, 2017
President Donald J. Trump is still expressing confidence that short-on-specifics long-term infrastructure funding plan would gain bipartisan backing in a fractured legislative environment in the waning days of this year’s Congress.
By Patrick Burnson · July 18, 2017
The outlook for U.S. transportation infrastructure remains quite healthy for the rest of this year despite a lack of clarity around the Trump administration's plans for beefing up infrastructure spending, according to Fitch Ratings in its midyear outlook report
By Jeff Berman · July 12, 2017
The White House’s budget blueprint, which was released in March, and the House Appropriations Committee’s proposed fiscal year 2018 Transportation, Housing, and Urban Development funding bill have a common theme in that both are clear in saying it is time to say goodbye to the tiger. Make that TIGER actually the acronym for the Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recover discretionary grant program.
By Patrick Burnson · July 7, 2017
Transport infrastructure and frequency of ocean and air connections drive the competitiveness of emerging markets again this year, as analysts rate “market connectedness” as a key economic indicator for expansion.
By John D. Schulz · May 18, 2017
Lack of U.S. infrastructure modernization increasingly is causing expensive bottlenecks at ports, cities and elsewhere that are responsible for expensive delays in an increasingly complex worldwide market.
WEBCAST
By LM Staff · March 16, 2017
In this session our panel brings shippers up to date on the state of transportation regulations. Discussion will revolve around regulatory reform, aspects of the federal highway bill and what the transportation landscape looks like in the early days of the Trump administration.
By John Schulz · March 7, 2017
So far, talk is all that’s being produced from President Donald J. Trump’s promise of a grand $1 trillion investment program for, as he put it in his recent speech before both houses of Congress, “new roads, bridges, tunnels, airports and railways gleaming across our beautiful land.” But in a recent gathering of top state highway officials in Washington there was considerable skepticism that Trump’s plan, like so much of his fledgling presidency, is a lot of talk and very little doing.
By Jeff Berman · February 7, 2017
Entitled the “Build USA Infrastructure Act,” Fischer, who also serves as chairman of the Senate Committee on Surface Transportation, noted that this bill would address future infrastructure funding shortfalls and provide states with greater flexibility to navigate regulatory burdens that have long delayed critical projects.
By Patrick Burnson · January 31, 2017
While most of the world withdraws inward, Southeast Asia is practicing effective cooperation between the state and private sectors to improve its logistics infrastructure and services to attract even more multi-national interest.

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