Statements about Infrastructure
"Congressman (Tom) Cotton is the only Arkansan in Congress -- Democrat or Republican -- to vote against disaster relief five times."
The Pell bridge "is a tourism bridge essentially and not a commuter bridge."
"When Deborah took office, the (Sellwood Bridge) project had languished for years, with only $11 million in funds. With her leadership the remaining funding was secured that got the project moving forward."
"No one" claims the report vindicating New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie in the bridge scandal is "conclusive."
Says Sen. Thad Cochran "voted to spend hundreds of millions of dollars on ... the Bridge to Nowhere in Alaska instead of shifting the money to repair a bridge damaged by Hurricane Katrina."
Texas added 6,600 miles of highway from 2001-2012, more than any other state.
"We’ve had the private sector more than double the investment that was made by the public sector" at Quonset Business Park.
"More than 400 car crashes occur each year on the current, congested Columbia River Bridge."
The R.I. Turnpike and Bridge Authority "was supposed to exist only until the bonds used to build the Newport Bridge were paid off through tolls. Once the bonds were paid, the Newport Bridge was to be transferred to the State of Rhode Island and become toll-free."
"RIPTA has really some of the fullest buses for its transit agency size around the country."
A bill to advance the Keystone XL Pipeline "is an earmark" under House rules.
Says, "I-205, six miles of which runs through my district, already carries more traffic than I-5."
Says the Georgia Dome would need up to $350 million in work over the next five to seven years.
Says "If Oregon’s Legislature simply authorizes $450 million for the CRC, it will … leave Oregon holding the bag for a great deal more cost responsibility."
"It is ironic that (First Energy Corp. is) going to have a name on our (football stadium) where we (Cleveland Public Power) supply the electricity."
"Did U know? Block Island Wind Farm would mean 40% est. drop in BI electric rates."
Says Mike Dovilla supports a plan "that could allow a foreign corporation to take over the Ohio Turnpike"
"There are more oil rigs in operation in the United States than the rest of the world combined."
"We will spend $100 billion in Afghanistan this year, fixing roads, building bridges, training police officers, and more, [and] cutting the same things in our own country."
"Without Westside MAX, we’d need to add 2.9 lanes to the Sunset Highway."
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