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Infrastructure Is Calling and America is Ready to Answer with the INVEST in America Act

Infrastructure is calling and the House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure is answering the call. Investing in our infrastructure—and investing in communities across the country—can create millions of good-paying jobs in underserved areas and lay the groundwork for not only a full economic recovery from the pandemic, but also usher in a new era of American innovation and prosperity. Join the committee, working people, unions, mayors, and communities from across the country who are united in building our country back better than ever through transformational infrastructure investment.

Infrastructure Is Calling

Americans are tired of potholes. They are tired of wasting hours of their day on congested highways. They’re tired of failing sewer systems, lead in pipes, crumbling bridges, infrequent and unreliable bus service and slow-moving trains.

The House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure has a solution: the INVEST in America Act. The bill directs federal investments in our roads, bridges, transit and rail and re-imagines our national transportation policies to help meet President Biden’s vision to invest in American workers and communities while tackling the climate crisis head-on. The INVEST in America Act can create millions of good-paying jobs, restore our global competitive edge, reduce carbon pollution that drives the climate crisis, and make our communities safer and more connected. We can do this—in fact—we can’t afford not to! 

Committee Activity

The House Committee on

Transportation & Infrastructure

Peter A. DeFazio,

Democratic Members

  • Eleanor Holmes Norton (DC) Picture of Eleanor Holmes Norton
  • Eddie Bernice Johnson (TX 30) Picture of Eddie Bernice Johnson
  • Rick Larsen (WA 02) Picture of Rick Larsen
  • Grace F. Napolitano (CA 32) Picture of Grace F. Napolitano
  • Steve Cohen (TN 09) Picture of Steve Cohen
  • Albio Sires (NJ 08) Picture of Albio Sires
  • John Garamendi (CA 03) Picture of John Garamendi
  • Henry C.  Johnson. Jr. (GA 04) Picture of Henry C.  Johnson. Jr.
  • André Carson (IN 07) Picture of André Carson
  • Dina Titus (NV 01) Picture of Dina Titus
  • Sean Patrick Maloney (NY 18) Picture of Sean Patrick Maloney
  • Jared Huffman (CA 02) Picture of Jared Huffman
  • Julia Brownley (CA 26) Picture of Julia Brownley
  • Frederica S. Wilson (FL 24) Picture of Frederica S. Wilson
  • Donald M. Payne Jr. (NJ 10) Picture of Donald M. Payne Jr.
  • Alan S. Lowenthal (CA 47) Picture of Alan S. Lowenthal
  • Mark DeSaulnier (CA 11) Picture of Mark DeSaulnier
  • Stephen F. Lynch (MA 8) Picture of Stephen F. Lynch
  • Salud O. Carbajal (CA 24) Picture of Salud O. Carbajal
  • Anthony G. Brown (MD 4) Picture of Anthony G. Brown
  • Tom Malinowski  (NJ 7) Picture of Tom Malinowski
  • Greg Stanton (AZ 9) Picture of Greg Stanton
  • Colin Z. Allred  (TX 32) Picture of Colin Z. Allred
  • Sharice Davids (KS 3)* Picture of Sharice Davids
  • Jesús  García  (IL 4) Picture of Jesús  García
  • Antonio  Delgado (NY 19) Picture of Antonio  Delgado
  • Chris Pappas (NH 1) Picture of Chris Pappas
  • Conor Lamb (PA 17) Picture of Conor Lamb
  • Seth  Moulton  (MA 6) Picture of Seth  Moulton
  • Jake Auchincloss  (MA 4) Picture of Jake Auchincloss
  • Carolyn  Bourdeaux  (GA 7) Picture of Carolyn  Bourdeaux
  • Kaiali'i  Kahele (HI 2) Picture of Kaiali'i  Kahele
  • Marilyn Strickland  (WA 10) Picture of Marilyn Strickland
  • Nikema  Williams  (GA 5) Picture of Nikema  Williams
  • Marie Newman (IL 3) Picture of Marie Newman
  • Troy Carter (LA 02) Picture of Troy Carter
* Full Committee Vice Chair