Investing in infrastructure is a core federal responsibility that promotes commerce and ensures our economic competitiveness. The House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee is focused on promoting policies to build a 21st century infrastructure that’s ready for the economic and mobility challenges of today and tomorrow.
For example, America’s leadership in aviation is jeopardized by a bureaucratic, job-threatening equipment certification process, and ineffective government attempts to modernize the air traffic system. Significant FAA reform will be part of our infrastructure agenda, and the Committee is focused on acting on reform legislation before the current FAA authorization ends in September.
– Bill Shuster, Chairman, House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee