U.S. Journey Govt Vice President of Community Affairs and Policy Tori Emerson Barnes issued the adhering to assertion on the Dwelling Transportation and Infrastructure Committee’s recently unveiled policy platforms:

“As
we enter a new ten years, we have our eyes on the potential of journey mobility as
well as the enhancements vital to our current infrastructure methods. If
we fail to evolve and adapt to advances in technological know-how and worldwide level of competition,
travel—and by extension, the U.S. economy—will be constricted by outdated,
inefficient infrastructure.

“Many of the policies outlined by the committee align with U.S. Travel’s possess infrastructure system, including increasing the cap on the Passenger Facility Cost, funding important projects of regional and nationwide significance, and making foundational investments in new and transformative technologies.

“We
applaud Chairman DeFazio, Position Member Graves and users of the committee
for their initiatives to transfer America’s infrastructure into a new period of
innovation, efficiency and sustainability.”