ARTBA Issues "Call to Action" on HTF and 2014 Elections
In a new video, ARTBA President & CEO Pete Ruane urges thousands of transportation design and construction industry professionals to consider what is at stake in the coming months.
Fri October 10, 2014 - National Edition Construction Equipment Guide
In a short video, Ruane highlights the current political situation with the Highway Trust Fund and explains what stakeholders can do to help ensure their voices are heard by candidates running for Congress.
With the mid-term elections less than one month away, American Road & Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA) President & CEO Pete Ruane issued a grassroots “call to action” to thousands of transportation design and construction industry professionals.
In this short video, Ruane highlights the current political situation with the Highway Trust Fund and explains what stakeholders can do to help ensure their voices are heard by candidates running for Congress.
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