Representatives from Tram Construction were among hundreds of railroaders, rail customers, suppliers, and industry partners who gathered in March to talk with their federal legislators during the 2014 Railroad Day on Capitol Hill.
Pictured, left to right: Terry LeMaster, Congressman Thomas Massie, Lisa LeMaster, Leslia LeMaster Wilson.
About Railroad Day: Since the beginning in fifteen years ago, Railroad Day on Capitol Hill has proven to be an effective way to communicate a pro-rail message to Congress. The size of the event, the geographical diversity of the participants, and the unified railroad industry message has helped share topics and issues with Congress.
Railroad Day on Capitol Hill is open to all Class I, II, and III railroad personnel, suppliers, contractors, labor, shippers, as well as state and local government representatives, with an interest in furthering the political goals of the railroad industry. By joining with fellow rail industry workers, the Day can help drive home to Congress the important role that the rail industry plays in America’s economy, improving America’s environment, and connecting America in the global marketplace.