Transportation and Infrastructure

To keep America moving efficiently and safely, we need a comprehensive transportation and infrastructure plan.

Mass transit, public and private transportation and our overall infrastructure are critical to our continued success as a nation. The Reform Party wants to ensure that the transportation needs of all Americans are met in the most efficient and cost-effective way. We want to stabilize through better management public and mass transit operations, as well as find ways to increase competition and reduce costs.

To get started, the Reform Party would open a more substantive dialogue with the American people on what their transportation needs are, their evaluation of the quality of existing services as well as break-down the current models to make sure they are being run in the most effective ways possible.

Traditionally, what has failed Americans in the past, have been the ideological and partisan battles over transportation budgets and priorities. The Reform Party believes that if we focus on the essential needs of the American people, our long-term strategic needs as well as costs, we can develop a plan that will lead to a better transportation system.

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Read the Latest Articles from Our Blog

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03 February 2021 By Michael Hackmer in Uncategorized

Beverly Kennedy: Dedicated Reformer and Friend

The Reform Party Executive Committee is saddened to announce that long time Reform Party officer, Beverly Kennedy, passed away on January 27th, 2021 due to complications of COVID-19. A supporter of H. Ross Perot’s 1992 presidential campaign, United We Stand and a founding member of the Reform Party, Kennedy was beloved for her knowledge of
Reform Party Executive CommitteeRead more +06 January 2021 By Michael Hackmer in Reform Party Executive Committee

Our Greatest Challenges Will Not Be Solved By Violence

In response to the events in Washington, DC and across the country, the Reform Party Executive Committee has released this statement: “There is anger in this country – anger that politicians on both sides have caused. For years, the rhetoric and policies from those elected to office have sought to divide us. These politicians have
Selma with John LewisRead more +18 July 2020 By Michael Hackmer in Civil Rights, Social Justice

John Lewis: Bold. Brave. Courageous.

Reform Party calls on Alabama to rename the Edmund Pettus Bridge to John Robert Lewis Bridge to honor the late congressman. On Friday, Congressman John Lewis (D-GA), the son of Alabama sharecroppers who was one of the original 13 activists who participated in the Freedom Rides and an organizer of the March on Washington, passed
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