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January 8, 2014

LaHood named co-chair at Building America's Future

Serving alongside fellow co-chairs former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg and former Pennsylvania Gov. Ed Rendell, will help lead bipartisan coalition committed to raising awareness about the need to invest in U.S. roads, bridges, airports, rails and ports.


December 12, 2012

Rendell urges creation of a commission on infrastructure needs

Building America's Future co-chair was joined at POLITICO transportation summit by other leaders in the transportation and infrastructure arena for a discussion about priorities for 2013 and a review of the year in transportation policy.


June 24, 2010

N.Y. pilot program allows vans to fill transit void

Yearlong program would establish three to six routes in Brooklyn and Queens where access to public transportation is limited and transit service cuts would take effect.


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