Making highways more efficient, providing more transit options, and making ports sustainable and competitive will create jobs, reduce pollution, and help America compete in the global economy.
At least 20,000 jobs will be created by 2030 in Michigan as a direct result of vehicle fuel economy standards proposed by the Obama administration, according to a new study released by the BlueGreen Alliance.
The BlueGreen Alliance sent a letter to the members of the conference committee working to reauthorize the transportation bill.
America's roads, bridges and transit systems are in dire need of repair. The BlueGreen Alliance lauded Senators' bipartisan efforts to advance a fully-funded transportation bill.
Building cleaner vehicles will make the U.S. more competitive in the global economy. The BlueGreen Alliance takes a look at how proposed fuel efficiency standards for light-, medium- and heavy-duty vehicles will put thousands of Americans to work.