Congressman Delaney Requests Concerns on Inadequate Infrastructure

Congressman John Delaney is requesting constituents share their infrastructure concerns to assist him with pushing for more infrastructure funding in Congress. From the Congressman’s email message,

Every day, Maryland families see the impact of underfunded infrastructure on our roads, bridges and public transit. A recent report from USA Today shows that our state has some of the worst commutes in the country, with more than 14 percent of workers stuck on the road for over an hour on their way to the office. Bringing Maryland’s infrastructure concerns to Congress is one of my top priorities, and this week, I’m asking for your story on how inadequate infrastructure has impacted our community.

Legislation recently introduced by the Congressman would reform the country’s tax system to generate revenue for transportation infrastructure

This year, I introduced bipartisan legislation to save the Highway Trust Fund and help state and local governments complete new infrastructure projects in a financially responsible way. The Infrastructure 2.0 Act combines proposals for infrastructure development and international tax reform to make a stronger investment in our transportation, water, education and energy infrastructure without putting taxpayers on the hook. Deteriorating infrastructure is a bipartisan problem, and I’m proud to have worked with Members of Congress on both sides of the aisle to produce a bipartisan solution.

To share your concerns with Congressman Delaney, click here.