Testimony of Samuel K. Skinner: Hearing Before the Committee on Environment and Public Works, United States Senate, One Hundred First Congress, First Session ... January 26, 1989

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Page 31 - The Honorable Quentin N. Burdick Chairman, Committee on Environment and Public Works United States Senate The Honorable...
Page 38 - Administration, the Urban Mass Transportation Administration, and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration to develop the combined surface transportation legislation which was passed by Congress in October 1978.
Page 32 - This hearing is adjourned. [Whereupon, at 11:20 am, the committee was adjourned, to reconvene at the call of the Chair.] APPENDIX ADDITIONAL MATERIAL SUBMITTED FOR THE RECORD PREPARED STATEMENT OF LELAND LEONARD, DIRECTOR, DIVISION OF DINE...
Page 43 - ... infrastructure inevitably will jeopardize the productivity of our economy and our quality of life. Failure to reverse this decline will exact a high price for the nation in the future, both in the cost of deferred investment and in reduced economic competitiveness. Therefore, the Council recommends a national commitment, shared by all levels of government, the private sector, and the public, to vastly improve America's infrastructure. Such a commitment could require an increase of up to 100 percent...
Page 33 - Department of 400 Seventh St.. Sw Transportation Washington. DC 20590 Office of the Secretary lnpl i ofTransoortation APR < The Honorable James L.
Page 2 - I would like to take this opportunity to say how delighted I am to be here and how much I am looking forward to working with our Chairman, Senator Burdick and the other members of the Committee.
Page 7 - Chairman, if the general's statement is correct, and I have no reason to believe that it is not...
Page 11 - I assure you that will work with this committee to review the need for stronger measures to strenghten and consolidate oil spill liability and compensation to provide better protection for our environment and a faster system for compensating the victims of oil pollution. I look forward to your guidance and cooperation in this very important effort.
Page 15 - ... California have followed. I doubt that your statement has given me the information through which I can carry a reasonable presentation back. I almost thought up one of my own, but I hoped someone here would think it up. Mr. REILLY. We think that the District of Columbia is different than any other state. It is a partnership between the Federal Government and the local government. Because of the use of our facilities we must have that partnership relation. We think that this financing program...
Page 10 - It will not be an easy task to meet our vital, and growing, transportation needs in this time of fiscal restraint.

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