Free Federal Transportation Funding Webinar Wednesday, March 26th

Posted on March 25, 2014 by Dene Westbrook

The National League of Cities is hosting a free webinar tomorrow, March 26th.

Funding the Transportation System of Your Community’s Future
Wednesday, March 26, 2014
1:00 to 2:00 pm ET

Anticipated population growth in metropolitan centers are driving communities to think about how to fund transportation systems needed to meet current demands and future needs at the same time. But challenges can arise with budgetary shortfalls, competing local priorities, and the need to plan for both economically and environmentally sustainable places to live and work.

The National League of Cities and Transportation for America will share how Indianapolis, IN has been addressing their transportation obstacles and building a multimodal network that is able to create and provide access to jobs. Webinar participants will learn how to engage a wide variety of stakeholders and how to come together to think forwardly and creatively about their transportation needs and the impact federal dollars are having on their local projects. The webinar will also go over some of the opportunities and challenges in the current transportation bill, MAP-21 and what the outlook is for local governments with the next bill.

Participants Include:
Julia Pulidindi, National League of Cities
Sarah Kline, Research Director, Transportation for America
David Rosenberg, Director of Enterprise Development, Mayor Gregory A. Ballard’s Office, City of Indianapolis, IN
Mike Terry, President and CEO, IndyGo
Sean Northup, Assistant Executive Director, Indy MPO

This is a free webinar. Please feel free to share with others who may be interested. To register for the webinar, click here.

Summer Minnick is the Director of Policy Initiatives and Federal Affairs. She can be reached at 517-908-0301 or [email protected].

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