The transportation panel in the U.S. House of Representatives will convene April 14 to give members of the chamber a venue to seek support for certain infrastructure projects.
President Joe Biden and his team are galvanizing public support for their multitrillion-dollar infrastructure proposal as Congress prepares to debate both the plan and the administration’s budget request for federal agencies.
With policymakers aiming to commence consideration of President Joe Biden’s $2.25 trillion infrastructure plan this spring, groups representing every corner of the transportation landscape appear united in their calls for action on Capitol Hill.
President Joe Biden’s $2.25 trillion infrastructure proposal would address environmental concerns and enhance the business landscape nationwide, said the top transportation policymaker in the U.S. House of Representatives.
Legislation that would promote carbon capture and sequestration tax breaks was recently introduced by a group of U.S. senators.
President Joe Biden’s $2.25 trillion infrastructure proposal is likely to reach the U.S. House of Representatives in May, Speaker Nancy Pelosi told reporters April 1.
The Biden administration tapped Daniel Maffei to lead the Federal Maritime Commission, the agency announced recently.
A bill designed to facilitate access to parking around the country for commercial vehicles was recently introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives.
The Securing America’s Clean Fuels Infrastructure Act, recently introduced by a a bipartisan group of senators, would aim to boost investments, including extending current tax incentives for projects through 2029.
The Biden administration is ready to engage with Congress to improve the flow of freight and commuters by modernizing the country’s mobility networks, the nation’s top transportation official told a U.S. House panel March 25.