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Posts Tagged ‘Greg Cohen’

The New Federal Transportation Program: What It Means for Your Business – Webinar, December 14th, 1:30pm- 3pm EST

Wednesday, December 9th, 2015
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Congress has finally approved a new, long-term surface transportation program – the FAST Act. The $305 billion package will boost investments in highway and transit projects, giving State and local transportation agencies five full years of dedicated federal assistance, unlocking stalled projects and unleashing a new wave of contracting opportunities for engineering firms…To preview how the FAST Act will impact the business outlook for A/E/C firms, The American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) presents an exclusive on-line seminar: The New Federal Transportation Program – What It Means for Your Business.

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Guest on The Infra Blog, Greg Cohen, P.E., President & CEO, American Highway Users Alliance

Wednesday, December 19th, 2012

Greg Cohen is President of the American Highway Users Alliance. Mr. Cohen serves motorists and highway supporters as their advocate – pursuing federal policies that improve highway safety and reduce congestion.  Members of The Highway Users include 280 diverse businesses, AAA clubs, and non-profit associations that rely on safe and efficient roads to transport millions […]

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