America’s transportation and infrastructure system has been stretched beyond its capacity and has fallen into disrepair. A decaying transportation system costs our economy more than $78 billion annually in lost time and fuel. The Chamber advocates for a comprehensive approach to solving the nation's looming transportation infrastructure crisis. Specifically, the Chamber believes that a multi-modal and inter-modal vision must be a major component of any improved strategy for the expressed outcome of increasing capacity, reducing congestion, reducing emissions and improving the efficient, safe and sustainable movement of goods and people throughout the country.
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