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March 7th-9th, Washington DC: 5th Annual Transportation & Infrastructure Convention

Posted by Steve Anderson on Friday, January 13th, 2012

From TransportationSummit:

Transportation Summit

The purpose of the Convention is to educate policy makers on the current transportation and infrastructure issues at the local, state, and national levels. The Convention 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.

With the Convention just weeks away final details are coming together for a dynamic agenda. Among newly confirmed speakers are Polly Trottenberg, Assistant Secretary for Transportation Policy, U.S. Department of Transportation and Joseph Szabo, Administrator, Federal Railroad Administration. Other key Congressional and business influencers in the Transportation and Infrastructure field will include:

Corrine Brown, U.S. Congresswoman FL
Larry Bucshon, U.S. Congressman IN
Chaka Fattah, U.S. Congressman PA
Frank Guinta, U.S. Congressman NH
Jesse Jackson, Jr., U.S. Congressman IL
Ed Pastor, U.S. Congressman AZ
Nick Rahall, U.S. Congressman WV, Ranking Member, US House Transportation & Infrastructure Committee
Mort Downey, Former U.S. Deputy Secretary of Transportation
Richard Geddes, Associate Professor, Cornell University
Jacqueline Gillan, President, Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety
John Horsley, Executive Director of AASHTO
Karen Phillips, Vice President of Public and Government Relations, CN
Paul Priestman, Director of Priestmangoode.

InfrastructureUSA users can register for the Convention at the discounted government rate. For further information about the 5th Annual Transportation & Infrastructure Convention, please visit the Convention website at:

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