ACPA was one of 71 organizations* to sign a letter in support of the President’s stated goal of making increased federal infrastructure investment a top priority in the coming months.

The large and diverse ad hoc group represented transportation-construction associations, public officials, highway and roadway user groups, labor groups and many other stakeholders. In all, the groups represent thousands of companies and organizations, as well as millions of citizens.

For ACPA, this was another opportunity to maintain strong visibility and to continue efforts to inform and persuade elected federal officials to include transportation-construction in near-term economic rebuilding and to address long-term investment in highways, roads and other surface infrastructure.

“Time and again throughout the history of the United States, infrastructure has played an important role in jobs creation, economic growth, safety and security and the quality of life for all people,” says Leif Wathne.

* Agricultural Retailers Association; American Bus Association; American Concrete Pavement Association; American Concrete Pipe Association; American Concrete Pumping Association; American Council for Capital Formation; American Council of Engineering Companies; American Highway Users Alliance; American Institute of Steel Construction; American Iron and Steel Institute; American Public Transportation Association; American Public Works Association; American Road & Transportation Builders Association; American Society of Civil Engineers; American Society of Concrete Contractors; American Subcontractors Association; American Traffic Safety Services Association; Americans for Transportation Mobility; Associated Equipment Distributors; Associated General Contractors of America; Association of Equipment Manufacturers; Auto Care Association; Building America’s Future; Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance; Concrete Reinforcing Steel Institute; Construction & Demolition Recycling Association; Energy Equipment & Infrastructure Alliance; FCA International; Geospatial Equipment & Technology Institute; Industrial Minerals Association – North America; Institute of Transportation Engineers; Interlocking Concrete Pavement Institute; International Bridge, Tunnel and Turnpike Association; International Union of Operating Engineers; Laborers’ International Union of North America; Mothers Against Drunk Driving; National Asphalt Pavement Association; National Association of Counties; National Association of County Engineers; National Association of Home Builders; National Association of Manufacturers; National Association of Regional Councils; National Association of Truckstop Operators; National Concrete Masonry Association; National Demolition Association; National Electrical Contractors Association; National League of Cities; National Lime Association; National Lumber and Building Material Dealers Association; National Ready Mixed Concrete Association; National Retail Federation; National Safety Council; National Society of Professional Surveyors; National Stone, Sand & Gravel Association; National Tank Truck Carriers, Inc.; North America’s Building Trades Unions; Portland Cement Association; Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute; Railway Supply Institute; Sheet Metal and Air Conditioning Contractors National Association; Specialized Carriers & Rigging Association; Steel Manufacturers Association; Subsurface Utility Engineering Association; The Aluminum Association; The Association of Union Constructors; The Design-Build Institute of America; Transportation Intermediaries Association;  Truck Trailer Manufacturers Association; U.S. Chamber of Commerce; U.S. Geospatial Executives Organization; and Women Construction Owners and Executives.

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