Topics: Highway & Transportation

NATSO Submits Comments on Proposed Changes to the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices for Streets and Highways

NATSO and the National Association of Convenience Stores (NACS) urged the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) to allow alternative fuel logos to be present on highway signs if, in addition to alternative fuel, the facility also provides foodservice and/or convenience stores, restrooms, and onsite employees who are able to contact law enforcement. More

Senate Republicans to Deliver Revised Infrastructure Package

Senate Republicans are set to deliver a revised offer of a package that includes roads, public transportation and airports to the White House as early as May 17. President Biden in a meeting last week indicated that he would be willing to divide his $2.3 trillion American Jobs Plan into separate bills in order to gain bipartisan support. More

Metroplex Energy President to Testify Today Before House Energy Subcommittee on EV Charging

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Rep. Thompson and Pennsylvania Assembly Host Hearing on PennDOT P3 Major Bridge Tolling Proposal

U.S. Congressman Glenn “GT” Thompson and members of the Pennsylvania General Assembly will be hold a hearing this morning in Clarion, Pennsylvania, to examine PennDOT’s P3 Major Bridge Tolling Proposals. More

White House Releases Infrastructure Proposal

White House Releases Infrastructure Proposal

President Biden on March 31 released the first phase of his “Build Back Better” proposal, the “American Jobs Plan,” focusing on the infrastructure components of the White House’s recovery efforts as well as addressing climate change and job creation. The package includes $2.3 trillion in spending over eight years with a $621 billion investment in transportation and the resiliency of our infrastructure. Specifically, the proposal provides $115 billion for bridge, highway, and road investments. More

NATSO Statement on Biden Administration’s Infrastructure Proposal

NATSO Statement on Biden Administration’s Infrastructure Proposal

NATSO issued the following statement in response to the draft infrastructure proposal put forth today by President Biden More

NATSO Analysis: President Biden to Unveil Infrastructure Package Today

NATSO Analysis: President Biden to Unveil Infrastructure Package Today Members Only Join or Login

The proposal will be an eight-year, $2 trillion-plus spending bill with a 15-year mechanism to pay for it. This $2 trillion figure does not include approximately $400 billion in clean energy credits on top of the new spending. More

ChargePoint and NATSO Progress Toward 2030 Fast Charging Commitment Across the United States

ChargePoint and NATSO Progress Toward 2030 Fast Charging Commitment Across the United States

In its first year, the public-private Collaborative successfully funded more than 150 DC fast charging spots with additional access to more than 1,500 publicly available DC fast charging spots for consumers on ChargePoint’s existing network. More

Lawmakers Reintroduce Truck Parking Safety Improvement Act

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Biden Administration Pivots to Infrastructure Members Only Join or Login

The Biden Administration and congressional Democrats are beginning to pivot to their next legislative priority: infrastructure. The Administration's strategic and substantive thinking is starting to leak out and it is quite ambitious. More

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