Postal Service and ensure six-day-a-week mail delivery, sending the bill to President Joe Biden to sign into law.
The long-fought postal overhaul has been years in the making and comes amid widespread complaints about mail service slowdowns.
Many Americans became dependent on the Postal Service during the COVID-19 crisis, but officials have repeatedly warned that without congressional action it would run out of cash by 2024.
Last month, the House approved the bill, 342-92, with all Democrats and most Republicans voting for it.
Postage sales and other services were supposed to sustain the Postal Service, but it has suffered 14 straight years of losses.
Peters said the legislation would ensure the Postal Service can continue its nearly “250-year tradition of delivering service to the American people.”.
The legislation approved by Congress is supported by Biden, the Postal Service, postal worker unions and others. »