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Capitol Hill Briefing: Fixing the FAST Act: The Road to a Surface Transportation Reauthorization in the 116th Congress

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    Capitol Hill Briefing: Fixing the FAST Act: The Road to a Surface Transportation Reauthorization in the 116th Congress

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    As Congress considers reauthorizing a federal surface transportation bill, county priorities must be adequately addressed given their stake as substantial owners of roads (46 percent) and bridges (38 percent) across the country. During the 2019 NACo Legislative Conference, county leaders hosted a Capitol Hill briefing about the unique infrastructure challenges local governments face and about how the federal government can implement public policy to improve and update our national transportation infrastructure system.

    During the 2019 NACo Legislative Conference, county leaders hosted a Capitol Hill briefing about the unique infrastructure challenges local governments face and about how the federal government can implement public policy to improve and update our national transportation infrastructure system.
    2019-03-05
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    2020-09-09

https://www.youtube.com/embed/uF-Q3fjYq1s?rel=0

As Congress considers reauthorizing a federal surface transportation bill, county priorities must be adequately addressed given their stake as substantial owners of roads (46 percent) and bridges (38 percent) across the country. During the 2019 NACo Legislative Conference, county leaders hosted a Capitol Hill briefing about the unique infrastructure challenges local governments face and about how the federal government can implement public policy to improve and update our national transportation infrastructure system.

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