House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee

While on the campaign trail, Rep. Scott Perry, the incumbent running for Congress in Pennsylvania's 10th district in which Harrisburg is situated, and U.S. House Majority Whip Steve Scalise (Louisiana) took time out to visit Stephenson Equipment's (SEI) Harrisburg branch.

The chief executive officer of the Associated General Contractors of America, Stephen E. Sandherr, released the following statement in reaction to the release of discussion draft infrastructure proposal by the chairman of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee: “Chairman Shuster has demonstrated wisdom and courage by outlining a series of infrastructure recommendations that will support meaningful improvements to the nation's surface transportation systems for the next decade.

The chief executive officer of the Associated General Contractors of America, Stephen E. Sandherr, released the following statement in reaction to the release of discussion draft infrastructure proposal by the chairman of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee: “Chairman Shuster has demonstrated wisdom and courage by outlining a series of infrastructure recommendations that will support meaningful improvements to the nation's surface transportation systems for the next decade.

A U.S. Congressional delegation from Texas, Louisiana and Mississippi has introduced legislation that would expand the congressionally designated Interstate 14 corridor across the three states. U.S. Rep. Brian Babin (TX-36), a member of the House Transportation & Infrastructure Committee, introduced the I-14 Expansion and Improvement Act of 2018 legislation.

Luby Equipment Services hosted U.S. Representative Mike Bost at its Caseyville, Ill., location on May 30 and U.S. Representative Darin LaHood at its Quincy, Ill., branch on May 3. Discussions focused on issues that impact the construction industry, including infrastructure, taxes and the workforce.

Tribal leaders and elected officials joined Washington State Ferries (WFS) in August 2017 to celebrate construction of the new Mukilteo ferry terminal. The gathering represented a decade of planning and partnerships to deliver a project that respects tribal lands and artifacts and provides critical safety improvements at the state's busiest car ferry terminal.