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Regional Plan Association (RPA) addresses infra issues at Regional Assembly 2010 in NYC, April 16th

Posted by Steve Anderson on Wednesday, April 7th, 2010

APRIL 16TH: REGIONAL ASSEMBLY 2010: INNOVATION & THE AMERICAN METROPOLIS

This year’s Regional Assembly is focused on “how the innovative spirit and creativity of urban America can build and sustain a better future for our cities.”

Workshops include “Building a Green Infrastructure,” “Smart Transportation: Changing Urban Mobility,” “America’s Energy Future,” and “The Future of Intercity Transport.”

“The Regional Assembly is New York’s premier public policy event, bringing together several hundred top business, civic, philanthropic, media, and government leaders from across the metropolitan region and nation. Each year the Assembly focuses on a priority issue. This year, we examine how the innovative spirit and creativity of urban America can build and sustain a better future for our cities.”

VISIT THE 2010 REGIONAL ASSEMBLY WEB SITE FOR MORE INFORMATION

DOWNLOAD BROCHURE (PDF): REGIONAL ASSEMBLY 2010

REGIONAL ASSEMBLOY 2010

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