Congressman Pappas highlights critical need for federal investment in New Hampshire infrastructure during first Transportation & Infrastructure hearing

February 8, 2019
Press Release

Washington, D.C. – Yesterday afternoon Congressman Chris Pappas participated in the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee’s first hearing, “The Cost of Doing Nothing: Why Investing in Our Nation’s Infrastructure Cannot Wait.” The hearing examined the current state of our nation’s outdated highways, bridges, ports, airports, and railways and the adverse impacts on our economy and public safety.

Congressman Pappas used this opportunity to highlight New Hampshire’s critical infrastructure needs including investments in roads, bridges, rail, and water infrastructure. Additionally, he discussed the need to eliminate a backlog of Army Corps of Engineers projects for ports and waterways.

You can watch a video of the hearing by clicking here.

 

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