Westerman Celebrates Transportation & Infrastructure Subcommittee Assignments

WASHINGTON – Today, Congressman Bruce Westerman celebrated his subcommittee assignments for the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee for the 118th Congress. Rep. Westerman was assigned to the Aviation, Water Resources and Environment, and Railroads, Pipelines, and Hazardous Materials Subcommittees. The Congressman has served on the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee for 6 years, and released the following statement celebrating his assignments:

“I’m honored to continue serving on the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, more specifically, I am grateful for the opportunity to work with my friends Chairman Garret Graves, Chairman Troy Nehls, and Chairman David Rouzer on these prestigious subcommittees,” Rep. Westerman said. “I’m looking forward to working with my colleagues to tackle supply chain problems, reauthorize the FAA, and make much-needed improvements to our nation’s water infrastructure.”

“I am excited to welcome back Representative Bruce Westerman to the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee,” Committee Chairman Sam Graves said. “I am confident he will continue being a valuable member of our committee as we work to develop solutions to improve our infrastructure, strengthen transportation programs, and help alleviate ongoing energy and supply chain problems on behalf of the American people.”

Representative Westerman is delighted to continue serving on the Water Resources and Environment and the Railroads, Pipelines, and Hazardous Materials Subcommittees, which he has done for a number of years. He is particularly excited to join with Aviation Subcommittee for this Congress.

“Bruce is one of the most talented Members of Congress.  He has been a tireless fighter for Arkansas and a national leader on natural resource issues. We are excited to welcome him to the aviation subcommittee this year,” Aviation Subcommittee Chair Garret Graves said. “We have critical work to do on passenger travel and improving America’s aviation system. Bruce will be a big asset in helping us navigate through these challenges.”

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