Secretary Speaks of New Infrastructure Plan

Buttigieg says goal is to move project forward before September. 

On Monday, Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg spoke of the coming infrastructure plan from the president’s administration, saying that details would be released soon. The secretary said, “Conversations are taking place right now, as you’ve seen — Oval Office meetings with the president, leaders from both parties, from both houses. It’s fair to say that in short order you’re going to be seeing more.”

Though he did not give a definite deadline, Secretary Buttigieg did make clear the goal is to move a bill that authorizes funding for highways, roads, and rail forward in Congress before September 30. One of President Biden’s campaign platforms was to address the nation’s aging infrastructure, which recently got a poor grade from the American Society of Civil Engineers  

As the Lord Leads, Pray with Us…

  • That the president’s administration seeks God’s guidance in the rebuilding and repairing of the U.S. transportation infrastructure. 
  • That God would give Secretary Buttigieg discernment to lead the Transportation Department.
  • That God would help the president work with Congress to pass an effective and beneficial bill for the country. 

Sources: The Hill, AP, Fox News


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