In the 114th Congress, the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee focused on strengthening our Nation’s infrastructure and improving federal programs through common sense reforms that cut red tape, reduce regulatory burdens, increase transparency, and encourage fiscal responsibility. 

The Committee’s record in the 114th Congress includes 56 public laws and concurrent resolutions, 104 bills approved by the House, 61 bills ordered reported or discharged by committee, 54 hearings, 12 markups, 12 committee field hearings and meetings outside the beltway, and 34 Government Accountability Office and Inspector General oversight reports and audits initiated.