Issue Brief: Infrastructure

Issue BriefJan 18, 2018 - 10:00am

Modernizing America’s Infrastructure Requires Adjusting the Federal Motor Vehicle User Fee

This issue brief examines the need to adjust the Federal Motor Vehicle User Fee, commonly referred to as the 'Gas Tax'. To rebuild and expand our roads, bridges, and transit systems, it is time for a modest increase in the federal motor vehicle fuel user fee.

Issue BriefJan 17, 2018 - 4:00pm

Modernizing America's Infrastructure Requires an Expanded Workforce

In order to modernize America's infrastructure, an expansion of the workforce is necessary. This issue brief explains the need, and includes recommendations on increasing the number of skilled workers.

Issue BriefJan 17, 2018 - 3:45pm

Modernizing America's Infrastructure Requires Public-Private Partnerships

Neither the government or the private sector can modernize America's infrastructure alone. This issue brief examines why public-private partnerships are integral to modernizing America's infrastructure.

Issue BriefJan 17, 2018 - 3:30pm

Modernizing America's Infrastructure Requires Streamlining the Permitting Process

This issue brief examines the tight correlation between modernizing America's infrastructure and streamlining the permitting process.

Issue BriefAug 05, 2012 - 8:00pm

Transportation Performance Index: Call to Action

Prosperity and job growth emanate from the private sector. The government’s role is to establish an environment for the private sector to do what it does best. When it comes to the nation’s transportation system, the federal government plays a significant role in policy and funding.

Issue BriefAug 05, 2012 - 8:00pm

Highways and Transit

 

Issue BriefAug 05, 2012 - 8:00pm

Transportation 101 Series

Revenue: What Are the Options?Download a printable copy (PDF)

Issue BriefAug 05, 2012 - 8:00pm

Transportation and Infrastructure: Publications

Chamber Publications

Issue BriefAug 05, 2012 - 8:00pm

Freight Railroads

Railroads are critical to freight movement throughout the United States. The railroad industry's investment in infrastructure alone will not be enough to handle the U.S. Department of Transportation's prediction that freight transportation demand will rise 92% by 2035 from 2002 levels.