Tex-21

Tex-21 TEX-21 is a collective, grassroots effort to improve the transportation infrastructure in the State of Texas, and Oklahoma. TEX-21 is a 17 year old collective, grassroots effort to improve the transportation infrastructure in the States of Texas and Oklahoma.

With its growing membership of cities, counties, ports and other entities, TEX-21 creates strategies to increase investment in transportation infrastructure, improve the planning and management of our transportation facilities, and increase public awareness of the importance of multi-modal transportation that is required for efficient economic development and sustainability. One of TEX-21's biggest strengths has been development and maintenance of Congressional and Legislative Transportation caucuses. During times of political transitions, the "voice" of TEX-21 will provide stabilizing advocacy efforts for multi-modal transportation policy. Our cooperative approach has consistently gained praise from policymakers at each level of government as we collaborate for effective transportation policy and tackle the challenges.

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Gov. Deal: Washington must 'step up' Savannah harbor funding https://t.co/GVxdezgxvB via @sfchronicle
10/13/2017
Gov. Deal: Washington must 'step up' Savannah harbor funding

Gov. Deal: Washington must 'step up' Savannah harbor funding https://t.co/GVxdezgxvB via @sfchronicle

SAVANNAH, Ga. (AP) - Gov. Nathan Deal said Thursday that Washington needs to "step up" with more money to deepen the shipping channel to the Port of Savannah, where larger ships arriving through an expanded Panama Canal have pushed cargo volumes to record highs. The Army Corps of Engineers began dre...

Boundary Stones of D.C.: The Oldest National Monuments in the United States https://t.co/rjnBiLO6od
10/12/2017
Boundary Stones of D.C.: The Oldest National Monuments in the United States - 99% Invisible

Boundary Stones of D.C.: The Oldest National Monuments in the United States https://t.co/rjnBiLO6od

The Residence Act of 1790 called for the creation of a new capital city for the United States. Dividing up land previously belonging to Maryland and Virginia, a diamond spanning ten miles on each side was marked at each mile with a similar stone. And while a majority of these 40 markers still exist…

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