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On October 27, 112 years ago the first passenger carrying subway took to the rails under New York
George Washington Bridge Turns 85
John Porcari, Interim Director of Gateway Development Corporation, Discusses the Gateway Program
GCA and E.E. Cruz/Tully Construction JV Host a “Salute to the Second Avenue Community”
Register Here to Attend the next GCA Speaker Series - A Conversation with John Porcari about Gateway
Political fireworks erupting over design studies for a new Port Authority Bus Terminal
GCA Celebrates 60th Anniversary of the Interstate by highlighting the need for continued federal investment
A new report from the IBO highlights the uncertainties in funding for the MTA Capital Plan
Gov. Cuomo announces infrastructure plan for Long Island that will transform the region
GCA congratulats Sen. Schumer, Gov.Cuomo, Amtrak, USDOT Secty Anthony Foxx for advancing Gateway
GCA Joins Assemblyman Rodriguez and other Manhattan elected officials at a press conference on Phase II of the Second Avenue Subway.
The Path to Gateway: Tunneling Towards Construction and the Future of the NE Corridor
GCA calls for accountability at home with transportation funding
GCA Speaker Series with DOT Commissioner Polly Trottenberg, DDC Commissioner Feniosky Pena-Mora and DEP Commissioner Emily Lloyd - Register Here
GCA releases report by TRIP highlighting the poor condition of New York's roads and bridges
GCA Speaker Series with NYSDOT Commissioner Joan McDonald is scheduled for February 6 at the Yale Club. Click here to register and purchase tickets.
General Contractors Association of New York Launches New Transportation and Infrastructure Breakfast Series
The condition of roads and bridges in the US worries travel executives
Federal transportation funding stuck in neutral.
GCA releases poll showing transportation is an important bi-partisan issue.
NYC IBO Report says spending increases will be needed for the average condition of NYC's bridges to improve.
Caution Ahead: A new report shows that New York City’s infrastructure needs total $47.3 billion just to keep conditions in a state of good repair.
GCA Press Event Highlights the Condition of New York’s Roads and Bridges
The GCA congratulates John Kolaya, Yonkers Contracting, on recognition as the 2014 Moles Member of the Year.
GCA experts discuss water main breaks and the need for investment with NBC Nightly News
GCA construction management class helps minority and women owned businesses.
GCA members honored to have built New York’s water infrastructure; commends Mayor Bloomberg for having the foresight and fortitude to see the Third Water Tunnel project through to completion with billions in investments the last 12 years.
Infrastructure investment is a catalyst for economic growth according to a report from the McKinsey Global Institute. Additional investment of $150m-$180m annually is needed.
Anthony Foxx Sworn in as US DOT Secretary
The GCA congratulates Tom Prendergast on his confirmation as Chairman and CEO of the MTA.
ASCE 2013 Infrastructure Report Card highlights the need for steady, sustained investment in our nation’s infrastructure.
Tune in to C-SPAN today, March 11, at 1:45 to hear Chris Boylan, GCA’s director of governmental and strategic partnerships, moderating an APTA General Session Panel on Funding the Future of Transportation
A Citizen’s Budget Commission blog report details the wrong headedness of suburban legislators in applauding the NYS Supreme Court decision declaring the payroll mobility tax unconstitutional
The 5-Year anniversary of the I-35 bridge collapse in Minnesota reminds us of the critical need for investment in our bridges.
Follow Denise Richardson on Capitol Tonight talking with Liz Benjam about the MTA Capital Program
NY State Senate Proposes Budget that Cuts MTA Capital Program
MTA ridership reaches highest levels in 60 years
House Transportation Eliminates Guaranteed Mass Transit Funding; Puts Transit Capital Projects at Risk.
Denise Richardson interviewed by Liz Benjamin on Capital Tonight
New Lake Champlain bridge opens. Other critical infrastructure needs in the state remain.
President Obama Announces a Jobs Plan that falls short on infrastructure investment.
Did you know infrastructure spending is more effective than many forms of tax cuts at boosting jobs growth.
New report shows second largest economic impact of transportation construction industry is in New York.
Mayor Bloomberg Releases Preliminary FY 2012 Budget : 10 Year Capital Plan reduced by 10%
Governor Cuomo Appoints Joan McDonald Commissioner of the NYS Department of Transportation
GCA Calls on Congress to Support Deficit Reduction Plan Proposed by National Commission on Fiscal Responsibility and Reform
Tell Albany to Stop Stealing Dedicated Funds from the MTA
LT. Governor Ravitch Issues Warning on the Condition and Financing of NYs Transportation Infrastructure
Happy Birthday Holland Tunnel: Your gift to New York and New Jersey is a united region and a stronger economy
NJ Governor Chris Christie Cancels ARC Tunnel Project for the Second and Final Time
How much will the ARC Tunnel cost if construction is delayed?
NJ Governor Chris Christie Cancels ARC Tunnel Project
NYS Steals Another $16 Million in MTA Dedicated Funds for Deficit Reduction
New York ranks 7th worst in the country in poor road conditions costing New York motorists an average of $640 annually in increased vehicle operating expenses.
MTA Unveils Financial Plan: Less Service, More $$$. NYS Legislature at Fault.
America is currently investing only 2.4% of gross domestic product in infrastructure
Just 8% of major roads in the New York City area are in good condition.
Nearly $1 billion in critical road and bridge projects are stuck in limbo because of the lack of a state budget.
Senate introduces the American Power Act. Only a small portion of fees will be dedicated to transportation. Tell your Senator to dedicate all of motor fuel fees to transportation.
Budget Extender Number 4 brings NY no closer to a Fiscally Responsible Budget
Heavy Construction Industry files lawsuit against NYS
Governor Stops Payments on Critical Road and Bridge Projects Throughout NYS Putting Thousands of Jobs at Risk
MTA's Budget Woes Go from Bad to Worse