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New ARTBA Website is Hub for Infrastructure Law & Transportation Policy

Parul Dubey on February 16, 2024 - in Technology, Transportation

ARTBA.org Built for Association Members, Congressional Staff and News Media


WASHINGTON – The American Road & Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA) has launched a redesigned flagship website to showcase how its members are using 2021’s Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA) to improve and revitalize communities across America.  
With more than 50 written stories and a dozen videos of projects moving forward with help from the IIJA, artba.org also provides valuable information on legislative, regulatory, legal and safety policy issues impacting transportation development.
The site’s expanded resources highlight the economic impacts of infrastructure investment, including state- and congressional-level data on transportation investment and spending, the scope of each state’s network, an interactive dashboard that illustrates how each state is investing its IIJA funds and on what projects, and ARTBA’s frequently cited annual bridge condition report. 
“The content presented on this new digital home supports the association’s ongoing efforts to demonstrate the value and economic impacts of federal transportation investment and is consistent with the goals in our strategic plan,” says 2024 ARTBA Chair Tim Duit, president of Duit Construction in Oklahoma. 
“If you are a Hill staffer or a reporter looking for stats about the transportation network or the number of projects moving forward in a particular state or congressional district – this is the place to go,” added ARTBA Vice President of Communications Beth McGinn. “The new site has significantly improved navigation and users will also discover robust search functions to help them quickly find relevant content.”

Established in 1902, ARTBA brings together all facets of the transportation construction industry to responsibly advocate for infrastructure investment and policy that meet the nation’s need for the safe and efficient movement of people and goods.

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