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Posts Tagged ‘Norman Mineta’

Guest on The Infra Blog: Norman Mineta, Former US Secretary of Transportation

Friday, May 11th, 2012

Secretary Norman Y. Mineta founded the Mineta Transportation Institute, which is part of the Lucas Graduate School of Business at San José State University in San José, Calif. He is an internationally recognized expert in transportation policy, with many distinguished accomplishments in transportation and business. Currently he is vice chair of Hill & Knowlton Global […]

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Are We There Yet? Selling America on Transportation

Wednesday, April 25th, 2012

MILLER CENTER
The 2011 David R. Goode National Transportation Policy Conference caught the U.S. transportation policy debate at a crossroads in its decades–long history. Lack of progress on a transformational policy agenda combined with a sense of urgency about the need to maintain and improve the nation’s transportation infrastructure had both frustrated and energized conference participants. They agreed that another plan or more supportive rhetoric was not necessary. What is needed is tangible action. This report reflects that focus.

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