Webinar

What’s Happening With Infrastructure and the Highway Bill?

March 5, 2020 | 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM

Funding for highways, rail, transit, and other infrastructure expires later this year, and federal lawmakers are far apart on how to renew it. Join BGOV experts for this webinar to discuss how the pending deadline could finally spur action on a major infrastructure package. Our analysts and reporters will review the outlook for the next “highway bill” as well as proposals on water, energy, airports, and more.

We’ll discuss:

  • The surface transportation reauthorization process
  • The Highway Trust Fund’s forthcoming insolvency
  • Pending infrastructure proposals in the House and Senate
  • Trump administration proposals and regulatory actions

Speakers

Sarah-Babbage

Sarah Babbage
Legislative Analyst

Sarah writes analysis of tax and infrastructure legislation, as well as trade policy. She's been with Bloomberg Government since 2016. Previously, she researched the fiscal and economic health of state governments, as well as federal fiscal policy, at the Pew Charitable Trusts. Sarah has a master's degree in Government from Georgetown University and a bachelor's degree in international development from McGill University.
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Courtney Rozen
Reporter

Courtney Rozen is a transportation reporter for Bloomberg Government, reporting on the Department of Transportation and transportation policy on Capitol Hill. She has a master’s degree in journalism and public affairs from American University.

Adam Taylor
Legislative Analyst

Adam M. Taylor is a legislative analyst with Bloomberg Government. He covers technology and communications, energy and environment, immigration, and judiciary issues before Congress. Prior to joining BGOV in 2015, he was in-house federal regulatory counsel for a communications company, and an associate in the regulatory group at an international law firm. Adam has a J.D. from Georgetown Law and a bachelor's degree in history and political science from Purdue University.
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