The measure would make covering up defects punishable by up to five years in prison.
The old navigation points were known as DONLD, TRMMP and UFIRD.
Salt Lake City's mayor said local officials are "mystified" by congressional inaction on roads.
"The bank's charter has expired, and it should stay closed for business," Rubio said.
The group said it is keeping track of cosponsorships of the measure.
With Eisenhower's interstate system complete, let states fund highways.
The measure would offset the increase with a $133 income tax credit.
The Senate is divided on a proposal to pay for highway projects with tax reform.
Rep. Rick Larsen (D-Wash.) is co-sponsoring a bill to increase the tax by 15 cents.
The airport recently topped a list of luggage claim payouts.
The agents allegedly had a system for patting down "attractive" male passengers.
Lawmakers have one month to put the brakes on a potential infrastructure funding shutdown.
Congressional Republicans are divided on how to keep projects going past July.
Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx hinted recently at a potential veto of a temporary patch.
The agency expects commercial flights to begin in 2017.
Georgia is appealing a lower court decision that the group can adopt a road.
The agency said cameras would provide invaluable information to accident investigators.
The House Ways and Means chairman declined to even lay out a Plan B.
Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx said the FAA is handing airplane traffic "exceptionally well."
"You can see that the patience level is running low," he said.
Administration officials are pressuring Congress to beat a July 31 deadline.
A system failure took out the airline's fleet nationwide.
The state is the latest to consider increasing its own fuel taxes as federal road funding dries up.
Two lawsuits alleging U.S. airlines have conspired to fix prices have been filed.