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American Highway Users Alliance Applauds Waterways Announcement
December 11th, 2018

The Highway Users is pleased by the announcement that the EPA and U.S. Army have jointly proposed updated regulations to define the “Waters of the United States” (WOTUS). For many road improvement projects, the proposed rule would help streamline planning and construction, ensuring that projects that make roads safer and more efficient are built quicker with fewer costs to road users. Continue reading

News Release: Highway Users Weighs In on Shuster Infrastructure Proposal
July 23rd, 2018

The American Highway Users Alliance commends House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee Chairman Bill Shuster for today’s release of draft legislation to fix the Highway Trust Fund, extend the FAST Act, invest in our roads and bridges, and streamline project reviews. Continue reading

News Release: New Report Highlighting Importance of Safety for Mature Road Users
March 13th, 2018

The American Highway Users Alliance commended TRIP, a national non-profit transportation research group based in Washington, D.C., on the release of its timely and much-needed snapshot of the current state of affairs related to safety for the nation’s mature road users. Continue reading

Trump Infrastructure Proposal is An Important Step Forward
February 12th, 2018

The American Highway Users Alliance applauded the Trump Administration for releasing its infrastructure bill proposal. In particular, the Highway Users strongly supports the President’s goal of substantially increasing total investment to improve our roads and cutting wasteful and time-consuming regulations. Continue reading

Highway Users Alliance’s Applauds DOT Secretary Nominee Pick
November 29th, 2016

The American Highway Users Alliance commended the selection of Department of Transportation (DOT) Secretary nominee Elaine Chao. Continue reading

23 Organizations Oppose FHWA Regulatory Overreach
August 22nd, 2016

A diverse group of organizations representing highway users, transportation, vehicle, and energy trade associations filed joint comments opposing any move by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) to impose a greenhouse gas (GHG) reduction performance requirement on State transportation departments and metropolitan planning organizations. Continue reading

Highway Users Congratulates Congress on Highway Bill Passage
December 3rd, 2015

“On behalf of the millions of motorists and commercial drivers, the American Highway Users Alliance congratulates Congress for overwhelming passage of the bipartisan FAST Act, which will stabilize federal surface transportation programs through 2020. Continue reading

Unclogging America’s Arteries: Prescriptions for Healthier Highways
November 23rd, 2015

A study released by the American Highway Users Alliance, entitled Unclogging America’s Arteries 2015, identifies America’s 50 worst bottlenecks and finds that the very worst bottleneck, as measured by hours of delay, is in Chicago, IL. Los Angeles, CA owns the next six of the top 10.
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Highway Users Urges Strong, Timely Investment in Road Salt in Light of Supply and Demand Factors
January 12th, 2015

The impact of winter weather on the nation’s roadways is so severe that transportation officials should consider significant up-front investment in adequate road salt supplies well before the season hits, according to a new report by the American Highway Users Alliance. Continue reading

News Release
February 24th, 2014

As the nation faces record cold temperatures and serious snow and ice storms this season, the American Highway Users Alliance (Highway Users) is re-releasing its IHS Global Insight “Economic Costs of Snowstorms” study, originally developed in response to the February 2010 nationwide “Snowmaggedon” blizzard. Continue reading

The Highway Users Provides Info on the Economic Impact of Snowstorms
January 11th, 2011

As another winter storm heads up from the southeast, through the mid-Atlantic and up the northeast coast, the American Highway Users Alliance (The HwyUsers) is making available a study estimating the economic impact of snowstorms in sixteen U.S. states and two Canadian provinces. Continue reading

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