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Paul Ryan can help find long-term fix for roads
As warmer temperatures wash over our state, Wisconsinites everywhere should be eagerly thinking of Milwaukee Brewers games and brats on the grill this summer. What they shouldn't have to worry about are the potholes that ravage our roads every spring as a result of our underinvestment in road and bridge repair.
Journal Sentinel – 4/6/2015

ROMCO Invites Transportation Policy Maker to Infrastructure Roundtable
Recognizing the federal government's important role investing and rebuilding the nation's crumbling infrastructure, ROMCO Equipment Co. and Associated Equipment Distributors recently teamed up to show the U.S. House of Representative's top transportation policymaker exactly how the uncertainty surrounding the federal highway program impacts construction equipment distributors.
Contruction Equipment Guide – 4/4/2015

Ohio Transportation Bill to Pay for 96,000 Jobs
Republican Gov. John Kasich of Ohio signed a $7 billion transportation budget that will target highway work and is expected to pay for 96,000 jobs over the next two years.
Construction Equipment – 4/3/2015

Transportation chief presses for $478B highway bill
Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx thinks it is still possible for Congress to pass a long-term transportation bill, though lawmakers already have begun talking about settling for a temporary patch.
The Hill – 4/3/2015

Unions: Obama 'right' to push for long-term highway bill
The AFL-CIO Transportation Trades Department (TTD) said Wednesday that President Obama is "right" to push lawmakers to pass a long-term infrastructure funding measure.
The Hill – 4/1/2015

McCain, Flake amendment puts border-to-border Interstate 11 into motion
The CanaMex Interstate 11 freeway study corridor has officially been extended from Wickenburg to Nogales.
Phoenix Business Journal – 3/30/2015

White House unveils $478B highway bill
The Obama administration is sending a six year, $478 billion highway bill to Congress with lawmakers struggling to beat a May 31 deadline to renew federal infrastructure spending.
The Hill – 3/30/2015

A hike in the gas tax is not the answer to trans funding, says Utah Senator
As lawmakers search for solutions to pay for a new transportation bill by May 31, state leaders such as Sen. Mike Lee (R-Utah) want to make sure that raising the federal gas tax is not the fix.
Roads & Bridges – 3/27/2015

Feds launch audit of state highway spending
The Department of Transportation is launching an audit of state highway spending.
The Hill – 3/26/2015

Nepal highway project now moving forward again
The Nepalese Government is now moving forward with its plans for the Kathmandu-Tarai Fast Track highway project.
World Highways – 3/26/2015