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Guest on The Infra Blog: Kate Slevin, AICP, Executive Director, Tri-State Transportation Campaign

Posted by Steve Anderson on Tuesday, August 10th, 2010

Kate Slevin is an activist and urban planner who joined the Tri-State Transportation Campaign in 2002 as the organization’s spokesperson, moving to the position of associate director in 2003 and executive director in 2007. Under Kate’s direction, TSTC has increased its operating budget by 30%, catalyzed transportation reform in Connecticut, developed new programs to empower local communities in Newark, and helped pass legislation in New York State that led to $2 billion in new funding for public transportation. She is the editor of the acclaimed Mobilizing the Region blog which tracks regional transportation news and opinion.

Kate Slevin:

Infra investments

Positive Change in the NY/NJ/CT Tri-State area

Preventing  disasters

Infra debt

Citizen anger

High-speed rail, but maintenance too

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