Established in 1996, the Transportation Construction Coalition (TCC) includes 29 national associations and labor unionswith a direct market interest in the federal transportation programs. The TCC focuses on the federal budget and surface transportation program policy issues.
The TCC is co-chaired by the American Road & Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA) and the Associated General Contractors (AGC) of America.
TCC members can be found in virtually every congressional district and provide a vital service to their communities by helping to improve the safety and efficiency of the transportation infrastructure systems so vital to American motorists and the business community.
The unique TCC membership enables the coalition to articulate in a unified voice the impacts of federal policies and investment levels on all aspects of the transportation construction industry. The combination of contractors, engineers, manufacturers, suppliers and labor unions working together delivers a powerful message to Capitol Hill.
June 2012: TCC Ad: Everyone Agrees
June 2012 TCC Targeted Radio Advocacy
May 2012 TCC Fly-in Materials
May 2012: Letters to Congress
March 2012: Letters to Congress
February 2012: Letters to Congress
January/February 2012: TCC Ad: Tells Congress Make Transportation Job #1
November 2011: Letter to Congressional Leaders on FY 2012 Transportation Appropriations
November 2011: Letter to Senate EPW Leadership on MAP-21
November 2011: Job Creators Tell Congress to Invest in Infrastructure
June/July 2011: Harvard Study on Public Health Impacts of Traffic Congestion
May 2011: Surface Transportation Reauthorization Ads
August - September 2010: Surface Transportation Reauthorization Ads
Joint TCC and U.S. Chamber of Commerce-led Americans for Transportation Mobility Coalition urging Congress to Act.
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