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Legislative Resources

The AASHTO Journal
A valuable resource for tracking legislative developments in the transportation sector. It is updated on a weekly basis on their Website, providing detailed updates on Congressional debates as well as national coverage of transportation developments.

ACEC Government Advocacy
Keeps member firms informed of the latest legislative and regulatory activities affecting the engineering community. Also included are updates on ACEC's public policy programs through its committees and coalitions.

The American Planning Association
A wide array of information on legislative and public policy issues of interest to planners and communities.

ARTBA News Sources
The American Road & Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA) is the transportation construction, design and safety industry's primary legislative and regulatory advocate in Washington, D.C. On behalf of our members, the ARTBA government and regulatory affairs department. Promotes involvement of ARTBA members in the legislative process through participation in grassroots coalitions and alliances. Represents the interest of the association's divisions and committees. Provides members with information to participate in the national; and policymaking process on behalf of the transportation construction industry.

ASCE This Week in Washington
A weekly report written by the American Society of Civil Engineers Government Relations staff. It is available on a subscription basis. Information on the Week in Washington can be obtained by calling ASCE at (202) 789-2200 or by visiting their website.

The House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure
provides information on Federal legislation under consideration by the House of Representatives. The website provides the Committee's schedule, audio links of formal hearings, copies of draft legislation referred to the Committee, and other information.

Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works
Provides the Committee's schedule and information on legislation under review and consideration by the U. S. Senate.

The Washington Letter on Transportation
Maintained by the Carmen Group and provides up-to-date, online news from Washington on the latest developments affecting transportation. This includes Congress, U.S. DOT and other federal agencies, the courts and the national interest groups, as well as developments anywhere of potential national significance. Updates are prepared on a weekly basis.