Reed: House Votes For Road and Construction Projects
July 16, 2014
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Congressman Tom Reed (R, Corning) has voted to keep road and construction projects going through the summer and into next year.
Reed says the highway and transportation funding act passed in the House, 367-55. .
“The bipartisan bill we voted for today will keep jobs in place and avoid construction project delays,” Reed said. “It’s important we keep local road repairs going and make sure local project contracts are able to continue – especially through these busy travel months during the summer. Making sure the Highway Trust Fund is there for generations to come is something I care about and something I’m committed to protecting.”