Financing Infrastructure for America: Are We Becoming a Second Class Country?
Financing Infrastructure for America: Are We Becoming a Second-Class Country?
Mort Downey, III, Former U.S. Deputy Secretary of Transportation - Moderator Dr. Asha Weinstein Agrawal, Director, Mineta Transporation Institute National Transportation Finance Center Will Kempton, CEO, Orange County Transportation Authority (invited) Steve Heminger, Executive Director, San Francisco Bay Area Metropolitan Transportation Commission; President of the Board of Directors, Association of Metropolitan Planning Organizations John Horsley, Executive Director, Association of American State Highway and Transportation Officials Michael Melaniphy, President & CEO, American Public Transportation Association
Transportation experts will discuss their growing concerns regarding what they see as the woeful lack of investments and funding for our national highways, bridges, transit and airport systems. As they tackle this important issue, they will also review a newly completed national survey on the topic.
Location: SF Club Office Time: 9 a.m. continental breakfast/check-in, 9:30 a.m. panel discussion, 10:30-11 a.m. Q&A Cost: FREE Also know: Underwritten by the Mineta Transportation Institute
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