Pete Buttigieg Talks Safety, Supply Chain on 2024 Budget
President Joe Biden’s fiscal 2024 budget request paves the way for improvements to the safety and connectivity of the nation’s mobility system, Secretary Pete Buttigieg said April 20.April 20, 2023
Buttigieg to Defend Budget Request Before House
The transportation funding committee in the House is scheduled to evaluate the White House’s fiscal 2024 budget request during a hearing with Secretary Pete Buttigieg.April 13, 2023
House Lawmakers Highlight Infrastructure in Budget Talks
House lawmakers intend to pursue funding for freight connectivity projects as part of fiscal 2024 budget negotiations on Capitol Hill.April 10, 2023
Pete Buttigieg Defends DOT Budget Request
Capitol Agenda: A hearing in the Senate this week to examine the White House’s fiscal 2024 budget request will feature Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg.March 20, 2023
DOT Gets Funding Increase in $1.7 Trillion Federal Budget
The spending budget for the federal government’s fiscal 2023 includes an increase in funding for the Department of Transportation that is higher than the level requested by the White House.
Congress Eyes Finish Line for Freight-Centric Budget Bill
Debate on a multibillion-dollar budget bill targeting supply chain connectivity concerns, clean energy initiatives and economic incentives remains front-and-center on Capitol Hill.August 11, 2022
Congress Kicks Off Budget Season as White House Responds to Fuel Prices
The leadership of federal agencies will visit Capitol Hill over the next few weeks to defend their slice of the White House’s far-reaching budget plan.April 13, 2022
Biden Pitches $5.8 Trillion Plan With Record Tax Hike
President Joe Biden’s budget release on March 28 is shaping up as a direct appeal to moderate Democrats, emphasizing deficit reduction and flexibility on social spending as the White House hopes to win support for new legislation before November’s midterm elections.
Biden Economic Bill Pushed to 2022 Amid Democrats’ Discord
Senate Democrats are abandoning efforts to pass President Joe Biden’s $2 trillion economic agenda this year, delivering a political blow to the White House, which has failed to rally the fractious party around its signature legislation.
Key Lawmakers Reach Stopgap Spending Deal to Avert Shutdown
House Democrats released a bipartisan short-term spending bill to keep the government open after midnight Dec. 3 and plan to put it to a House vote later Dec. 2.