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NEWS FROM NACO Infrastructure


following policy priorities within a comprehensive infrastruc- ture package:


• Repair and update our crumbling infrastructure • Stimulate our economy and create middle-class sustain- ing jobs


• Address climate change • Promote fiscally and environmentally responsible policies •


Improve federal project approvals • Address the digital divide


Talks of a comprehensive infrastructure package have been ongoing for the past several years on Capitol Hill. In Febru- ary 2018, the Trump Adminis- tration released their legislative priorities for an infrastructure package. In July 2020, House Democrats passed the Moving Forward Act, their vision for a comprehensive infrastructure package. Due to policy dis- agreements, Republicans and Democrats failed to reach a consensus on a final bill. Concurrently, Congress has been working to reauthorize


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he current law, the Fixing America’s Surface Transportation (FAST) Act


was set to expire on Sept. 30, 2020; however, NACo helped secure a one-year extension.


surface transportation programs. Te current law, the Fixing America’s Surface Transportation (FAST) Act (P.L. 114-94),


was set to expire on Sept. 30, 2020; however, NACo helped secure a one-year extension to maintain as much funding cer- tainty as possible for counties through the 2021 construction season absent a new, long-term reauthorization. Click here to view NACo’s Surface Transportation 101. Counties play a critical role in the nation’s transportation and infrastructure system, owning 45 percent of all public roads and nearly 40 percent of the National Bridge Inven- tory. Counties are directly support 78 percent of public tran- sit systems and 34 percent of public airports that connect residents, communities and businesses with the national and global economies. Each year, counties invest roughly $134 billion in infrastructure and maintaining and operating public works. As we head into a new Congress, we expect a renewed focus on infra- structure that looks different from the vision of the current White House. Counties have appreciated the partnership of President Trump over the past


four years and look forward to working with the incoming Administration, as well as our new and existing congressio- nal champions, to continue progress on our shared transpor- tation and infrastructure goals.


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