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March 5th-7th, 2013 – Washington, DC: 6th Annual Transportation & Infrastructure Convention

Posted by Steve Anderson on Friday, March 1st, 2013

Infrastructure USA is pleased to announce that we are participating as a National Co-Host Organization for the 6th Annual Transportation & Infrastructure Convention, March 5-7, 2013, in Washington, DC, on Capitol Hill. The Convention is a three day event that has attracted the most prestigious registrants and speakers from 25 states, nine countries and over 30 national and international trade associations and interest groups.

The purpose of the Convention is to educate policy makers concerning the current transportation issues at the local, state, and national levels. The Convention is unique, in that, it brings together the leading transportation and infrastructure officials from the current Administration, Congress, and State legislatures, providing us the opportunity to dialogue personally with those who have a direct influence on future policy decisions of the nation.

An exciting program is in the process of being finalized. See the schedule with confirmed speakers here.

Participating as a National Co-Host Organization allows our members to register for the Convention at the discounted government rate! To register please go to We are excited to be a part of this spectacular event, and we strongly encourage you to join us in Washington, D.C. this March. For further information about the 6th Annual Transportation & Infrastructure Convention, please contact Trudy Hester at 214-750-0123 or


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