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Poll Shows Strong Bi-Partisan Support for Infrastructure Investment

A new Rasmussen Report national poll shows that 88 percent of both Democrat and Republican likely voters support legislation that would improve the nation’s infrastructure. The poll was conducted… More >>

New York Sends More Money to Washington Than it Gets Back

New York sent an estimated $24.1 billion more in tax payments to Washington than it got back in federal spending in federal fiscal year (FFY) 2017, getting back 90 cents for every dollar, according… More >>

TRIP Report Highlights Deteriorated Condition of NY’s Roads and Bridges

On October 17 TRIP released a new report showing that driving on deteriorated roads costs motorists as much as $1,049 annually. In the New York City metro area, 49% of roads are in poor condition.<… More >>

MTA Chairman Joseph Lhota Pledges to Make Major Changes to Project Delivery

At an industry breakfast on Wednesday, August 8th, MTA Chairman Lhota announced that he would focus on making a series of “practical changes” to the way the MTA procures and builds i… More >>

Outgoing T&I Chairman Unveils His Own Infrastructure Initiative

Rep. Bill Shuster, Chair of the House Transportation & Infrastructure (T&I), who is retiring from Congress this fall, released a draft infrastructure proposal this past week.  Initially in… More >>

Michael Viggiano Named to the Queens Power 50

City and State’s Queens Power 50 list counted down the 50 most influential people in the borough.  The GCA congratulates Michael Viggiano, Executive Vice President at Skanska USA Civil Northeast… More >>

GCA Members Complete Tunnel Work Ahead of Schedule

On July 20th, Governor Cuomo announced the completion of Superstorm Sandy restoration work at Hugh L. Carey and Queens Midtown Tunnels. Thanks to the professionalism and expertise of GCA… More >>