Industry Weighs in on Infrastructure Spending

Debate over an infrastructure bill may soon be underway, following last week’s release of a Republican alternative to the Biden administration’s $2 trillion infrastructure plan.

Logistics industry groups such as the American Trucking Associations (ATA) lauded the proposal as a step toward compromise on long overdue federal action on infrastructure spending, while others said they hope a final bill will improve the nation’s roads, bridges, airports, and railways as well as address technology concerns.

Released in late March, the Biden plan aims to modernize transportation infrastructure and expand broadband access, but it also includes spending on caregiving initiatives, manufacturing, affordable housing, and schools, among others. A group of Republican senators released a $586 billion proposal last Thursday that more narrowly addresses infrastructure, focusing spending on roads, transit systems, and broadband internet…  DC Velocity

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