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ARTBAAmerican Road and Transportation Builders Association
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Pete Ruane, president of the American Road and Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA), points the finger squarely at government.
Groups that already have indicated an interest in working on NTW include AASHTO, The Asphalt Institute, Associated General Contractors of America, American Road and Transportation Builders Association, American Public Transit Association, American Public Works Association, American Society of Civil Engineers, American Consulting Engineers Council, Eno Transportation Foundation, ITS America, Institute of Transportation Engineers, National Association of County Engineers, National Asphalt Pavement Association, National Association of Governor's Highway Safety Representatives, National Society of Professional Engineers, National Defense Transportation Association, National Air Transportation Association, Road Information Program,Transportation Research Board, and U.S.
Citing feedback from North Carolina construction interests, American Road and Transportation Builders Association President Peter Ruane added, "Anthony Foxx has demonstrated that he sees the intersection of transportation infrastructure investment and economic development.
"Both Republicans and Democrats deserve a lot of credit for the new surface transportation law the President signed today," said American Road and Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA) President and CEO Pete Ruane.
The American Road and Transportation Builders Association Transportation Development Foundation (ARTBA-TDF) has published "America's Top 100 Private Sector Transportation Design & Construction Professionals of the 20th Century," a book that spotlights individuals behind the development of America's transportation network.
Opened in February 1998, the clearinghouse is a unique partnership between the American Road and Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA) and FHWA.
The American Road and Transportation Builders Association proposed annual increases of up to two cents in the federal motor fuels excise to make up for a predicted shortfall in highway spending by 2009.
The American Road and Transportation Builders Association said a $9-billion funding cut would eliminate some 295,000 jobs, with the largest hits being absorbed by California, Texas, and New York.
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