NSSGA 2015 Advocacy Fly-In and Committee Meetings
AGG1 Online Webinar: Compression Crusher Basics & Optimization
2015 Board of Directors Meeting
White Sulphur Springs, WV
[AGG1 Online Webinar] Managing The Emergency: You’ve called 911, now what?
NSSGA members can meet with lawmakers on Capitol Hill, and tackle industry safety and environment issues with other committee members next month. An Advocacy Fly-In on Sept. 16 at the Grand Hyatt in Washington, D.C., will anchor the bi-annual meetings of NSSGA’s Safety and Environment committees taking place the Tuesday before, and Thursday following the…Read more
Posted 8/28/15 at 9:00 AM
The Texas Transportation Institute (TTI) Urban Mobility report released on Aug. 26 found that drivers wasted more than 3 billion gallons of fuel and nearly 7 billion hours stuck in traffic last year. According to the 2015 Urban Mobility Scorecard produced with data collection company INRIX, the average commuter spent 42 hours in traffic—a number…Read more
Posted 8/27/15 at 4:00 PM
In yet another effort to press Congress on the importance of passing a multi-year surface transportation bill, Wendling Quarries Inc. accepted the NSSGA’s grassroots advocacy challenge and hosted Rep. Rod Blum, R-IA-1, for an Aug. 21 tour of the C.R. South Quarry in Cedar Rapids, Ia. Employees of Wendling Quarries, L.L. Pelling asphalt paving company…Read more
Posted 8/27/15 at 12:30 PM
Members of the Transportation For Illinois (TFI) Coalition, which includes the Illinois Association of Aggregate Producers (IAAP), met with several congressional representatives during the August recess. Dan Eichholz, IAAP executive director, and several members of the state group stressed the importance of adequate and stable investment in transportation infrastructure to Illinois’ economy. Eicholz reported that a…Read more
Posted 8/26/15 at 4:00 PM
NSSGA and the Transportation Construction Coalition will begin airing ads in select states that educate listeners about the value of investing in roads, bridges and America’s infrastructure. The ads were customized so they appeal to listeners in 16 congressional districts of 13 different states, and urge them to put pressure on Congress to pass a…Read more
Posted 8/26/15 at 9:00 AM
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