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Advocacy

The Highway Users focuses on multiple legislative priorities that promote safe and uncongested roads. Read more about our key issues and policy statements below:

Current Legislation
Highway Bill Conference Report Released

Congress has released the conference report on the final five-year highway bill, which is now entitled the FAST Act (“Fixing America’s Surface Transportation” Act) – click here. Continue reading

The Highway Users Supports the DRIVE Act

Highway Users President & CEO Greg Cohen spoke at a press conference with “The Big 4″ Senators on the Committee on Environment and Public Works (EPW). Chairman Inhofe (R-Okla.), Ranking Member Boxer (D-Calif.), Subcommittee Chairman Vitter (R-La.), and Senior Subcommittee Member Carper (D-Del.) and other industry leaders rallied support for the DRIVE Act, a new highway bill that provides sustainable long-term funding through 2021. The Committee approved the bill unanimously by 20-0 vote on June 24th.

Bill Summary | Full Text of Bill | Highway Users’ Bill Analysis (Members Only) Continue reading

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Statements & Testimony
Senate Environment & Public Works Cmte. Testimony on Highway Needs
September 25th, 2013

Highway Users President & CEO Greg Cohen testified before the Senate Environment & Public Works Committee on September 25, 2013 detailing the woeful state of the Highway Trust Fund and the nation’s deteriorating infrastructure. Continue reading

Senate EPW Committee Votes 18-0 for Two-Year Highway Bill
November 9th, 2011

The Senate Environment and Public Works (EPW) Committee voted unanimously (18-0) to favorably report a two-year highway reauthorization bill to the U.S. Senate. The meeting was notable by an atmosphere of bipartisanship — which is rare in Washington this year. Continue reading

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On the Issues
The Highway Users' top legislative priority is passage of a new federal highway bill, but we also plan to focus on numerous other critical issues. Read more about our key policies here. click here.

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