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August 2020
RI Delegation Delivers $8.9M to Upgrade RIPTA Bus Fleet
July 2020
As COVID-19 Slows Down Bus Industry, Reed & Collins Introduce Bill to Help Save Jobs & Essential Transportation Link
May 2020
Collins, Reed Call for Critical Support for Bus and Motorcoach Industry Amid COVID-19
April 2020
RI Delegation Urges Trump Administration to Reconsider Minimum Service Rule That Unfairly Damages T.F. Green & Other Airports
March 2020
Reed Delivers $104.6 Million to Help Keep RIPTA Running
February 2020
Reed Announces New $4.7M Airport Improvement Grant for T.F. Green
January 2020
Reed: $5.5M More in Federal Funding Coming to T.F. Green Airport to Pay for Security Investments
November 2019
Reed Delivers $8 Million to Build New RIPTA Mobility Hubs at URI & CCRI
New $25M Federal BUILD Grant to Help Drive Washington Bridge Repairs Forward
October 2019
Senators Collins, Reed Press FAA for Answers on Boeing 737-MAX Certification
September 2019
Reed Announces Over $19.5 Million in Additional Federal Funds for RI Roads & Bridges
July 2019
Opening Statement by Ranking Member Jack Reed at T-HUD Appropriations Subcommittee Hearing on Oversight of the FAA
New $60.3 Million INFRA Grant Will Help Pave the Way for Improvements to Northbound Providence Viaduct
June 2019
New $2.8 Million Grant Keeps Development of Amtrak Service to T.F. Green On Track
May 2019
Reed Announces New $30M Airport Improvement Grant for T.F. Green Airport
March 2019
Reed calls for Boeing 737 Max 8 Planes to be Grounded
February 2019
Federal Government Investing Additional $54.5 Million in Rhode Island Bridges Under New Law Authored by Senator Reed
October 2018
Reed Votes to Enhance Airline Passenger Safety and Protections and Keep Improvements to T.F. Green Airport on Schedule
September 2018
Reed Announces $3.28M to Help Modernize RIPTA Bus Facilities
Reed & Whitehouse Announce Additional $25.8 Million in Federal Road Funds Heading to RI