Transportation and Infrastructure

Retail supply chains, which support millions of American jobs, rely on our nation’s transportation infrastructure to help move products from shore to shelf. America’s infrastructure system is in desperate need of a significant overhaul to eliminate congestion and delays throughout the retail supply chain. Without wise investment and sound long-term national policies, America’s strained infrastructure could lead to significant decreases in productivity and global competitiveness, as well as unsafe conditions.
 

Bipartisan support is growing for investment  to modernize aging infrastructure, expand broadband access, harness technology to make roads, highways, and ports, safer and more sustainable, and promote green energy solutions to address climate change and improve public health.  Leading retailers support public investments—informed by the citizens and businesses that are the users of America’s infrastructure—to drive economic productivity and growth, lift communities, and make our economy work for everyone.  

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