Prioritize investments in infrastructure to make travel more sustainable, efficient, and connected.

Quick Facts

By prioritizing infrastructure investments now, the U.S. can emerge from the pandemic and rebuild the travel industry with more sustainable, efficient, and modern systems than ever before. Even before the public health crisis, cities and towns were growing further apart due to aging, insufficient infrastructure and congested roadways. There is an opportunity to modernize these systems, invest in new modes of transportation and facilitate recovery efforts by reconnecting Americans to each other and the world.


Prioritize investments to improve travel mobility; including, the expansion of rail service, electric vehicle and airport infrastructure, and modernizing national parks

Provide tax incentives and grants for electric vehicle charging stations and energy-efficient commercial buildings

The U.S. Department of the Interior should modernize existing systems to ensure stability in maintenance and infrastructure that protect the visitor experience

Research, News and Commentary on Mobility and Infrastructure

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U.S. Travel Association: Implementation of 5G Would Mean Travel Disruptions and More Economic Harm

January 18, 2022

U.S. Travel Association President and CEO Roger Dow issued a statement on the implementation of 5G wireless near U.S. airports.

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The 2022 Lineup: What’s On Tap for U.S. Travel Members

January 13, 2022

Make the most of your membership this year and deepen your engagement with U.S. Travel through education, advocacy, research and networking. Join the U.S. Travel team for an overview of what we...

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U.S. Travel Reacts to Tighter Entry Restrictions for U.S. Arrivals

December 02, 2021

U.S. Travel Association Executive Vice President of Public Affairs and Policy Tori Emerson Barnes issued a statement on the Biden administration’s announcement that it would tighten the pre-departure testing window for entry to the U.S. from three days for vaccinated travelers to one day.

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