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Ray LaHood
Co-chair , former Secretary of Transportation , former congressman from Peoria, IL.
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Ray LaHood Feb 22
There are 130,000+ sub-standard bridges in the US. tool shows how many there are in your county:
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L.A. Times Graphics Feb 14
Lake Oroville: $100 million in damage, more than 100,000 ordered to evacuate and more rain on the way
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BAFuture.org Feb 14
. delivers list to outlining hundreds of infrastructure projects to prioritize
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Ray LaHood Feb 6
My op-ed on how to transform the economic landscape of our nation w/ a visionary and long-term infrastructure plan:
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Ray LaHood Jan 31
Congratulations, on your confirmation as Sec of . Our nation's infrastructure is in good hands.
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Ray LaHood Jan 30
Trump's big plans on infrastructure will stay big, says via
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BAFuture.org Jan 17
Transportation urges to press forward on self-driving cars
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Ray LaHood Jan 17
Architects & urban planners weigh in on how Trump administration should spend $1 trillion on infrastructure
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BAFuture.org Dec 15
Marking 50 years of w/ & Fmr Sec — "Transportation has always been bipartisan. Bipartisanship really works."
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Stephanie Beasley Dec 15
. Sec. Anthony Foxx and former Sec. Ray LaHood sit down to discuss 50th anniversary of the agency.
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The Hill Dec 4
"Building infrastructure for the future can bring country together"
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Ray LaHood Dec 5
My latest op-ed with in : Building infrastructure for the future can bring country together
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Ray LaHood Dec 2
Great read by Rep —To Lead On Infrastructure, Should Look To Public-Private Investment
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Ray LaHood Nov 29
Great pick, great experience, outstanding for infrastructure in America.
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BAFuture.org Nov 29
Read Building America’s Future Statement on Secretary of Transportation Appointment:
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NYT Business Nov 26
Lock and Dam No. 52 on the Ohio River is the busiest spot on America’s inland waterways. And it’s in bad shape.
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BAFuture.org Nov 28
What should the Trump administration focus on in terms of infrastructure investment?
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Ray LaHood Nov 16
As President-elect Trump sits down w/ his team to talk through their agenda, I hope infrastructure is at the top.
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Ray LaHood Nov 3
Better intersections = better cities: via
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Ray LaHood Oct 27
How to build the better cities of tomorrow? It takes careful planning — and political science research.
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