Congress Clears CR to Dec. 16 After Removing Manchin Permitting Reforms

ISSUE / Week of September 26, 2022

  • September 30,2022 |

    Congress Clears CR to Dec. 16 After Removing Manchin Permitting Reforms

    Appropriations,FY23
    Congress has cleared an eleven-week continuing resolution (CR) providing stopgap appropriations for the fiscal year that starts at midnight tonight. A government shutdown has (once again) been...
  • September 30,2022 |

    Eno Releases New Rail Transit Project Delivery Report

    Governance reform,Local governance
    The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA) provides public transportation programs with $90 billion in guaranteed funding over five years, a 65 percent increase over previous annual funding...
Senate Committee Investigates Drone Integration for FAA Reauthorization
Aircraft,Unmanned Aerial Systems

Senate Committee Investigates Drone Integration for FAA Reauthorization

On Wednesday, September 28, the Subcommittee on Aviation Safety, Operations, and Innovations under the Senate Commerce, Science, and Transportation Committee met to discuss the integration of new...

Counterintuitive: What If Access to Dedicated Revenues Actually Holds You Back?
Federal Funding,Transit

Counterintuitive: What If Access to Dedicated Revenues Actually Holds You Back?

50 years ago this month, the biennial highway reauthorization bill was on its way to defeat for the first time. The cause was the demand by urban interests (finally empowered in the House of...

DeFazio Holds One Last T&I Hearing
Infrastructure

DeFazio Holds One Last T&I Hearing

Outgoing House Transportation and Infrastructure chairman Peter DeFazio (D-OR), who is retiring from Congress at the end of this year, held one last hearing this week to celebrate the accomplishments...

Capitol Hill Events – Week of October 3, 2022

Capitol Hill Events – Week of October 3, 2022

Congress has nothing but pro forma sessions scheduled between now and November, except that the Senate will be in regular session on October 11 for long enough to officially take up H.R. 7900, the...

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