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Ray LaHood
Co-chair , former Secretary of Transportation , former congressman from Peoria, IL.
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Ray LaHood Aug 25
Infrastructure is the backbone of America. Investment will lead to a stronger economy.
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BAFuture.org Aug 25
POLL: What should the next administration and congress focus on in terms of infrastructure investment?
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Ray LaHood Aug 15
Infrastructure investment could be the kick that the economy needs to grow at a faster pace.
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Ray LaHood Aug 9
An interesting look at how parking reform leads to economic and environmental benefits
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Ray LaHood Aug 4
Rep. Steve LaTourette, a true champion of transportation, passed away yesterday. Sincerest condolences to his family and the Ohio community.
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Ray LaHood Aug 2
.: US mayors & governors hope next president will invest in roads, water works, mass-transit systems
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Ray LaHood Jul 26
Last week I joined and at for a discussion on infrastructure in 2017 & beyond. Recap:
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BAFuture.org Jul 20
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BAFuture.org Jul 19
Tomorrow: on the possibilities & challenges for improving our infrastructure. RSVP:
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Ray LaHood Jul 18
Joining at this Wednesday for a conversation on American infrastructure as a campaign issue
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Ray LaHood Jul 15
Heading to next week with to emphasize the importance of infrastructure investment. Check back for updates.
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Ray LaHood Jul 7
Doug Davis of 's call to Congress: how we can own the future of transportation
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Ray LaHood Jul 5
ICYMI: Last week, I discussed our goal of lifting our nation's fuel economy standard to 54.5 mpg by 2025
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Ray LaHood Jun 29
Columbus wins Smart City Challenge, will begin to test out forward-thinking transportation concepts.
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Ray LaHood Jun 23
'Despite a crying need for better infrastructure, investment in it has fallen in the U.S.'
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Ray LaHood Jun 21
Many cities in America have aging & dangerous water infrastructure. We must address to prevent another Flint.
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Ray LaHood Jun 17
We used to be a world leader in transportation innovation--see how other cities are leading today:
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Ray LaHood Jun 16
"Failure is not an option when it comes to addressing our infrastructure challenges" Well said,
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Ray LaHood Jun 15
New study: The desire to live near public transport has increased in the last 5 yrs among 29% of Americans
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Ray LaHood Jun 8
Andre Davis' story makes it clear that our public transit system is failing low-income workers across the country.
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