Former US House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee chairman Bud Shuster died on April 19 at the age of 91. “Bud Shuster was a doer and tireless advocate of all modes of transportation. He worked in a very bipartisan way and sought to strengthen America’s aviation system, roads, rails, and ports,” said Mark Baker, chief executive and president of the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA). “AOPA was proud to honour Bud in 1999 with our highest award for public service, the Hartranft Award, to recognise his significant support for and contributions to general aviation,” Baker added. Shuster, a Republican congressman

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