House Public Works and Infrastructure Caucus
In May 2016, the U.S. House Public Works and Infrastructure Caucus was established in the U.S. House of Representatives. Every two years since then, aligned with the Congressional cycle, APWA has been proud to coordinate with the Co-Chairs, Representatives Dina Titus (D-NV) and Brian Fitzpatrick (R-PA), to re-establish the caucus. Comprised of Representatives who take special interest in public works and infrastructure issues and legislation; the caucus acts as a forum for discussion, and the APWA Government Affairs Team supports virtual and in-person events, such as issue briefs to Congress and National Public Works Week activities on Capitol Hill. These events raise awareness of the importance of congressional support for American infrastructure. APWA is currently working with the Co-Chairs to re-establish the caucus for the 118th Congress – stay tuned to APWA communications platforms, and the APWA Washington Report requesting all APWA members contact your U.S. Representative encouraging them to join the caucus.