Topic : Stand Up 4 Transportation

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Thousands nationwide 'Stand Up 4 Transit'

Government Issues| May 11, 2015

In an attempt to galvanize support for long-term federal transportation funding, more than 350 organizations participated in more than 150 community events on “Stand Up For Transportation Day” in April.

MCI Stands Up for Transportation in Pembina, Chicago and Louisville

Bus| April 21, 2015

Officials at MCI’s Pembina plant included Rep. Kevin Cramer, R-N.D.; North Dakota Commerce Department Commissioner Alan Anderson; Gail Hand, northeastern director for Sen Heidi Heitkamp, D-N.D.; Tom Brusegaard, regional director for Sen. John Hoeven, R-N.D;  Pembina County Commissioner Hetty Walker; and Cavalier, N.D. Mayor Ken Briese.

Government Issues| April 10, 2015

Industry celebrates Stand Up 4 Transportation Day

With local events across the country, Stand Up for Transportation Day united the voices of hundreds of organizations, along with local, state and federal elected officials; business and transportation leaders; public transit advocates and transit riders, who called on Congress to take action and pass a long-term surface transportation bill before federal funding expires on May 31.

Government Issues| April 10, 2015

Stand Up 4 Transportation

Agencies around the nation celebrated Stand Up 4 Transportation Day to urge Congress to pass a long-term transportation authorization bill.

 

Government Issues| April 9, 2015

Stand Up 4 Transportation with Marnie O'Brien Primmer

Marnie O'Brien Primmer, chair of the National Alliance for Public Transportation Advocates, advocates for a long-term, sustainable surface transportation bill. She says the negative impact on public transportation and the quality of life for people across the country could be disastrous. On April 9, supporters around the nation are uniting in their communities and online to send a powerful message to Congress: It’s time to provide long-term investment for America’s transportation network.

Government Issues| April 9, 2015

Stand Up 4 Transportation with Phil Washington

Phil Washington, APTA chair and CEO of Regional Transportation District—Denver, speaks about the importance of long-term federal funding for public transportation and national infrastructure. On April 9, 2015, supporters around the nation are uniting in their communities and online to send a powerful message to Congress: It’s time to provide long-term investment for America’s transportation network.

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