Eno Transportation Weekly

Category: THUD

Senate Highway Rescission Could Have Diverse State, Program Effects

May 20, 2016 The just-passed Senate appropriations bill for the U.S. Department of Transportation for fiscal year 2017 contains a provision that would rescind $2.211 billion in unobligated contract authority for the federal-aid highway program app… Sorry – you don’t have access to this item. Please log in below, or check out our membership options.

House Appropriators Release Text of FY17 USDOT Spending Bill

May 17, 2016 – The House Appropriations Committee has released the draft “chairman’s mark” version of the panel’s fiscal year 2017 Transportation and Housing appropriation bill. The Subcommittee on Transportation and Housing Appropriations is scheduled to mark up the bill at 11:30 Wednesday morning in room 2358-A Rayburn.

Transportation Appropriations Action in Both Chambers This Week

May 16, 2016 – In addition to a full calendar of I-Week events designed to help promote awareness of the importance of infrastructure, both chambers of Congress are poised to make clear this week how much money will be spent by the federal government on transportation infrastructure next year.

Senate Committee To Approve FY17 USDOT Budget

April 19, 2016 – Earlier today, the Senate Subcommittee on Transportation and Housing Appropriations approved a draft bill providing the fiscal year 2017 appropriations for the U.S.

Is the “THUD” Budget Request $50 Billion, or $67 Billion?

The Obama Administration claims that its request for new discretionary appropriations for the Transportation-Housing appropriations bill for fiscal year 2017 is $50.3 billion. But the Appropriations Committees of Congress are likely to say that the discretionary request is somewhere between $64.5 billion and $66.9 billion.

Senate Appropriators Beef Up FY16 USDOT Budget By $690M

November 19, 2015 – Yesterday’s House-Senate conference meeting went exactly as predicted in yesterday’s ETW Express, and now the surface transportation reauthorization bill is on the schedule predicted in that article, with staff meeting constantly in hopes of getting a one-page “big picture” framework nailed down by the end of this week and then getting the whole legislative package negotiated, drafted and passed by at least one chamber of Congress by December 4. We will have more on that in this week’s forthcoming full issue of Eno Transportation Weekly, so this morning Express will focus on the other side of the funding equation – yesterday’s action on the Senate floor relating to the fiscal 2016 Transportation-Housing appropriations bill (H.R.

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