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Covid Relief, Deductions, and Roads: How Biden's Election Could Impact Western New York

While gridlock is likely to continue on many issues, one other change appears to be in the works that could aid Western New York. Democrats from Biden on down as well as Republicans are signaling interest in a bill early next year that would dramatically boost federal infrastructure investment. Read More >>

New York Completes Bridge Project to Prevent Truck Strikes

“When you ask New Yorkers which issues they care about most, infrastructure and transportation are likely to make it on the list,” Albany County Executive Daniel McCoy said. “Our residents deserve to be able to get to work, school, daycare, and everywhere else each day with peace of mind.” In an effort to prevent future bridge strikes, Cuomo directed the New York State Police, the New York State Department of Transportation, and the Governor’s Traffic Safety Committee to launch an enforcement and education initiative. The campaign is scheduled to take place Nov. 9-15. Read More >>

 


National News

What Biden's Win Holds For Transportation, Infrastructure

President-elect Joe Biden's plans for a "clean energy revolution" include modernized highways, roads and bridges built for climate resilience, and electric vehicles, mass transit, and high-speed rail — but experts say the new Democratic administration will face challenges to implementing some of its green infrastructure targets. Read More >>

Highway Bill Deemed Priority for House Transportation Panel

House Transportation and Infrastructure Chairman Peter DeFazio (D-Ore.) will return to Congress with a clear goal: reauthorize surface transportation programs. DeFazio will likely use Democrats’ $500 billion highway, transit, and rail bill from this Congress (passed as part of H.R. 2) as the starting point for negotiations next year. His success hinges on whether he can get other lawmakers to agree on how to pay for it. Read More >>


Virtual Winter Conference

#CountyHwysGoVirtual

The NYSCHSA Annual Winter Conference is a gathering of Superintendents, Commissioners, and their Staff looking for innovative and cost-effective solutions. Whether your marketing objective is to introduce new products or services, strengthen your relationship with existing clients, or prospecting for new business, you need to participate in this exclusive event. We host a strong program with educational sessions that will appeal to all Superintendents and Commissioners working to improve their County Highway Departments and Services.

The 2021 Virtual Winter Conference consists of two days of virtual education and engagement, the New York State County Highway Superintendents Association will provide an interactive, visually rich, robust learning experience from your computer, tablet, or mobile phone.

Affiliate members will have the opportunity to engage with participants in our virtual exhibit hall as well as attend virtual sessions. The virtual exhibit hall provides several unique opportunities to showcase materials.

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