U.S. House Approves Extension of the FAST Act
NAPA has prepared a state-by-state fact sheet of how much highway funding each state will receive under the one-year extension of the FAST Act and a 72-day continuing resolution.
The week of Sept. 21, the House passed the Continuing Appropriations Act, 2021 (H.R.8337) with broad bipartisan support, extending current federal funding levels through Dec. 11, 2020. The bill includes a yearlong extension of surface transportation programs set to expire on Sept. 30, 2020. In addition to a plus-up for nationally significant freight and highway projects, the bill transfers nearly $14 billion to the Highway Trust Fund: $10.4 billion to the Highway Account and $3.2 billion to the Mass Transit Account. Additionally, the Airport and Airway Trust Fund would receive $14 billion. The Senate is expected to pass the bill.
Conduct a Great Plant Tour
Together We Can Continue to Make a Strong Case for Asphalt
One of the most effective ways to connect with legislators is to bring them into the plant, show them the equipment, and discuss your company's impact on the local economy.
Interacting with lawmakers at your site is a critical step in building long-lasting relationships with them, and provides an opportunity for legislators to better understand your business and focus their attention on the asphalt pavement industry’s priorities. LEARN HOW to schedule and conduct you best plant tour yet.
Highways Drive America
Tell members of Congress about the need to fund highways that support every community and industry across our nation. Download and share the tools to help spread this important message.Campaign Materials
A picture tells a thousand words. Share this Highway Materials Group infographic detailing why America's highways are so important.Infographic
Government decisions impact business and our lives, learn how to advocate to ensure legislators understand the real-world effects of their decisions.Become an Advocate
Organize In-District Meetings
Lawmakers want to hear from you, organize a meeting and save on travel expenses by talking to lawmakers in the home office.Get Started
Requesting In-District Meeting
Staffers on Capitol Hill schedule meetings in-district all the time, but for those unfamiliar, follow NAPA's template to get started today.Sample Letter
Running Effective Meetings
Lawmakers are busy and often have limited time to meet with constituents. Follow this 10-step guide to ensure your meeting is a success.Guide
Highway Funding Presentation
Our staff experts put together great presentations about highway funding, check out the latest information.View Now
Virtual Meeting Talking Points
In a changing advocacy environment use these virtual meeting talking points to highlight the asphalt pavement industry’s goals and priorities when you connect with your Members of CongressTalking Points
TRIP Fact Sheets
Find Key Facts by State on America's Surface Transportation SystemSearch Now
Summaries of Congressional Action
Legislation is complex, read our team's summary of the INVEST Act, from June 3, 2020, to get the highlights.
House Appropriations Bill
The House Appropriations Committee approved the fiscal year (FY) 2021 Transportation-Housing appropriations bill, which funds next year’s construction season. The House bill meets the obligation limitations for FY2021 for the Highway Trust Fund contract authority contained in the INVEST in America Act.
Great American Outdoors Act
The U.S. House of Representatives recently approved The Great American Outdoors Act, which would open up new markets for the asphalt pavement industry by making critical investments in roads, parking lots, and trails in the country’s national park system and other public lands.
Read about the pavement related provisions of the Senate passed America's Transportation Infrastructure Act. TIA Act