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What are members saying about us? Scroll down to read what select Board officers and members have to say about The Highway Users:

Norman Y. Mineta, U.S. Department of Transportation

“The American Highway Users Alliance has come a long way since its founding in 1932 as a non-profit advocacy organization for sound highway public policy. If you take quick look at Historical Milestones you’ll see The Highway Users’ long history of accomplishments as the voice of millions of highway users for safer and less congested roads. I hope that you will review the booklet (a 75th anniversary commemorative publication) with an eye towards supporting this worthy organization whose outstanding achievements would not be possible without the commitment of organizations and motorists whose daily lives depend on our national mobility. At this critical time for our highway infrastructure, we all have much at stake as the federal highway program faces its most serious funding, policy, and fundamental mission challenge in fifty years. Continue reading

Lori Roman, Salt Institute

It is more important than ever for Americans, who value safety and personal freedom, to have an organization that fights for their rights as highway users.  They deserve to have public officials who are good stewards of resources, creating and … Continue reading

Robert E. McKenna, Motor & Equipment Manufacturers Association

“The Highway User’s Alliance has been an important alliance and collaborative partner for MEMA. MEMA has been involved with AHUA for a number of years because we who are involved in mobility and transportation as an integral part of the U. S. economy, our quality of life, and our standard of living, and must insure that the highway infrastructure is protected and grown to meet our country’s needs. Many organizations come together in the Highway User’s to insure this critical resource for our country is protected and nurtured. Continue reading

Roy E. Littlefield, Tire Industry Association

“Membership in the Highway Users Alliance is invaluable on so many levels. As a national association in the transportation industry, we look to AHUA as the leading advocate in Washington for better, more efficient, safer roads. Nobody in Washington has better or more current information about any highway or transportation issue. On the state level (I serve as President of the Maryland Highway Users Federation and TIA has state and regional associations nationwide), AHUA keeps us up to date on funding, safety, and environmental issues and trends. I have been a proud member of the Highway Users Alliance since 1979. I would be lost without their support and expertise. Continue reading

Richard Coon, Recreation Vehicle Industry Association

“RVIA belongs to The Highway Users because it is the only advocacy group for safe, efficient, and adequately funded roads, it is an ally of the RV industry in the debate over the future of transportation policy, and it has excellent Capitol Hill / federal agency contacts and produces results. For RVIA it is an education and information resource regarding highway policy and funding – really the premiere, one stop shopping info resource. Continue reading

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