The Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure was formerly known as the Committee on Public Works and Transportation from 1975 to 1994, and the Committee on Public Works between 1947 and 1974.
Under the Legislative Reorganization Act of 1946 the Committees on Public Buildings and Grounds (1837-1946), Rivers and Harbors (1883-1946), Roads (1913–46), and the Flood Control (1916–46) were combined to form the Committee on Public Works. Its jurisdiction from the beginning of the 80th Congress (1947–48) through the 90th Congress (1967–68) remained unchanged.
While these four original committees retained their separate identities, they were reduced to subcommittees. Additional subcommittees were formed for issues on Beach Erosion, 80th Congress (1947–48) and for Watershed Development, 86th-90th Congresses (1959–68). Special Subcommittees included those: to Investigate Questionable Trade Practices, 80th Congress; to Study Civil Works, 82nd Congress (1951–52); on the Federal-Aid Highway Program, 86th-90th Congresses; and on Economic Development Programs, 89th-90th Congresses (1965–68). Ad Hoc Committees were established on Montana Flood Damage, 88th Congress (1963–64); on Appalachian Regional Development, 88th-90th Congresses; and on the 1967 Alaska Exposition, 89th Congress.
Members, 116th Congress
There are six subcommittees:
|Aviation||Rick Larsen (D-WA)||Garret Graves (R-LA)|
|Coast Guard and Maritime Transportation||Sean Patrick Maloney (D-NY)||Bob Gibbs (R-OH)|
|Economic Development, Public Buildings and Emergency Management||Dina Titus (D-NV)||Mark Meadows (R-NC)|
|Highways and Transit||Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-DC)||Rodney Davis (R-IL)|
|Railroads, Pipelines, and Hazardous Materials||Dan Lipinski (D-IL)||Rick Crawford (R-AR)|
|Water Resources and Environment||Grace Napolitano (D-CA)||Bruce Westerman (R-AR)|
|George A. Dondero||Republican||Michigan||1947–1949|
|William M. Whittington||Democratic||Mississippi||1949–1951|
|Charles A. Buckley||Democratic||New York||1951–1953|
|George A. Dondero||Republican||Michigan||1953–1955|
|Charles A. Buckley||Democratic||New York||1955–1965|
|George Hyde Fallon||Democratic||Maryland||1965–1971|
|Robert E. Jones, Jr.||Democratic||Alabama||1975–1977|
|Harold T. Johnson||Democratic||California||1977–1981|
|James J. Howard||Democratic||New Jersey||1981–1988|
|Glenn M. Anderson||Democratic||California||1988–1991|
|Robert A. Roe||Democratic||New Jersey||1991–1993|
Historical membership rosters
- Resolutions electing Republican members (H.Res. 6, H.Res. 33)
- Resolutions electing Democratic members (H.Res. 7, H.Res. 39)
- Chapter 17. Committee on Public Works (1947-68), National Archives, Guide to the Records of the U.S. House of Representatives at the National Archives, 1789-1989 (Record Group 233) Based on Guide to the Records of the United States House of Representatives at the National Archives, 1789-1989: Bicentennial Edition (Doct. No. 100-245). By Charles E. Schamel, Mary Rephlo, Bob Ross, Rodney Ross, David Kepley, Robert W. Coren, and James Gregory Bradsher. Washington, DC: National Archives and Records Administration, 1989.
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