Republican politician from Pennsylvania. He began serving in the United States House of Representatives in 2009, representing his state's ninth congressional district.
After graduating from Dickinson College with a degree in history and political science, he studied business administration at American University.
He once owned an East Freedom, Pennsylvania car dealership.
His father, Bud Shuster, was also a Republican congressman from Pennsylvania.
In 2013, he succeeded Florida Republican John Mica as Chairman of the House Transportation Committee.