On December 4, 2020, NAPA’s President and CEO, Dr. Audrey Copeland, sent a letter to President-elect Joseph Biden and his transition team outlining key priorities for the organization and its members. Dr. Copeland noted in the letter the desire to work together with the incoming administration to stabilize the economy, create and sustain jobs in the highway construction industry, and build environmentally friendly, resilient pavements. The letter includes NAPA’s legislative priorities, chief among them, passage of a long-term surface transportation authorization bill that increases highway funding and includes a permanent, dedicated, user-based revenue stream for the Highway Trust Fund. The letter also emphasizes the fact that asphalt is America’s most recycled product. “There are many paths for NAPA to work in partnership with the Biden administration,” Dr. Copeland said, “and the letter provides the road map for partnership during the 117th Session of Congress.” The letter is available to NAPA members by clicking here or contacting NAPA’s Executive Vice President – Advocacy, Jay Hansen at firstname.lastname@example.org.
December 7, 2020 by NAPA Government Affairs
Please do not close this window. You will need to come back to this window to enter your code.
We just sent an email to ... containing a verification code.
If you do not see the email within the next five minutes, please ensure you entered the correct email address and check your spam/junk mail folder.
Or copy the link below to share this blog post on your personal website