Improving the Performance of our Transportation Networks: Stakeholder Perspectives

January 29, 2015

253 Senate Russell Office Buildomg

WASHINGTON, D.C.— U.S. Sen. Deb Fischer (R-Neb.) will convene the Subcommittee on Surface Transportation and Merchant Marine Infrastructure, Safety, and Security on Thursday, January 29, 2015, at 10:00 a.m. for its first hearing of the 114th Congress entitled, “Improving the Performance of our Transportation Networks: Stakeholder Perspectives.” The hearing will feature testimony on the importance of a reliable and efficient surface transportation network; challenges relating to efficiency, safety, and overall performance; and the role of federal agencies.


Hearing Details:

Thursday, January 29, 2015

Subcommittee on Surface Transportation and Merchant Marine Infrastructure, Safety, and Security Hearing entitled: “Improving the Performance of our Transportation Networks: Stakeholder Perspectives.”

10:00 a.m. in room SR-253

Witnesses:

  • Mr. Jim Mullen, Executive Vice President and General Counsel, Werner Enterprises
  • Mr. Lance Fritz,  President and Chief Operating Office, Union Pacific Railroad
  • Mr. Douglas Means, Executive Vice President and Chief Supply Chain Officer, Cabela’s
  • The Honorable Ed Rendell, Co-Chair, Building America’s Future

 

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Webcast

  • Mr, Douglas Means

    Executive Vice President and Chief Supply Chain Officer
    Cabela's
    Means testimony (411.52 KB)
  • The Honorable Ed Rendell

    Co-chair
    Building America's Future
    Rendell testimony (254.75 KB)

Majority Statement

  • Senator Deb Fischer

Witness Panel 1

  • Mr. Jim Mullen

    Executive Vice President and General Counsel
    Werner Enterprises
    Mullen testimony (722.98 KB)
  • Mr. Lance Fritz

    President and Chief Operating Officer
    Union Pacific Railroad
    Fritz testimony (222.74 KB)
  • Mr. Douglas Means

    Executive Vice President and Chief Supply Chain Officer
    Cabela's
    Means testimony (411.52 KB)
  • The Honorable Ed Rendell

    Co-chair
    Building America's Future
    Rendell testimony (254.75 KB)