Anyone who has spent the rush hour on South Florida’s roads knows that we need to expand and upgrade our transportation infrastructure.  Long commute times contribute to air and water pollution, lessen our quality of life, and decrease productivity.

The federal government needs to make an investment in urban areas, like Greater Miami.  We should be looking for creative solutions to our transportation problems.

We also need to help communities upgrade their airport and seaports, making the movement of people and cargo more efficient.

And we need to improve the job that the TSA does at our national airports so that passengers can be quickly and courteously screened.