Stakeholder Reactions

News Stories and Blog Posts 

American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials

American Council of Engineering Companies

American Road and Transportation Builders Association

American Society of Civil Engineers

Americans for Tax Reform

American Water Works Association

Associated Equipment Distributors

Association of American Railroads

Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget 

National Association of Manufacturers

National Ready Mixed Concrete Association

National Stone, Sand and Gravel Association

US Chamber of Commerce

Press Releases & Letters

American Association of Port Authorities

American Bus Association

American Highway Users Alliance

American Public Transportation Association

American Traffic Safety Services Association

Associated General Contractors Of America

Association of Equipment Manufacturers

Business Roundtable

Bipartisan Policy Center

Grow America's Infrastructure Now (GAIN) Coalition

Highways Materials Group

Laborers’ International Union of North America

National Association of Small Trucking Companies

National Association of Truck Stop Operators

Joint Statement from:
National League of Cities ; National Association of Counties; National Governors Association; Council of State Governments;
and National Council of State Legislatures

North America's Building Trades Unions

United Motorcoach Association

Social Media

International Bridge, Tunnel and Turnpike Association

US Travel Association

Statements from Organizations:

The Sustainable Chemistry Alliance (10/1/18):

"The GC3 Sustainable Chemistry Alliance welcomes Chairman Shuster’s Building a 21st Century Infrastructure discussion draft.  The draft recognizes the critical need to address America’s infrastructure and provides an important basis for bipartisan collaboration to deliver the infrastructure policy America so badly needs. Building a 21st Century Infrastructure calls for innovative materials that offer superior performance and greater sustainability.   More sustainable chemistry is being applied across the myriad of materials used in infrastructure, from asphalt additives in roadways and runways to paints, coatings, fabrics and plastics employed in bridges and tunnels and the array of materials used in public transit.  Innovative sustainable chemistry can provide products that meet or exceed all relevant performance and cost criteria while delivering meaningful improvements in environmental, safety and energy efficiency attributes across the product lifecycle.

The GC3 Sustainable Chemistry Alliance applauds Chairman Shuster’s leadership in developing the draft and encourage his colleagues to work with him to advance 21st century infrastructure.”