MAP-21 Conference in New Jersey
|October 17, 2012|
|9:00 am||to||12:30 pm|
Months after the passage of a federal transportation bill, local communities, advocates, states, and even Washington are still sorting out what the new law means. To ease the transition and make sure that the legislation is used to create a more sustainable transportation network, Tri-State and Transportation for America are hosting Mapping It Out: A User’s Guide to MAP-21, an event for government officials, advocates, and the general public. The conference, which is being held at Rutgers’ College Avenue Campus on October 17th, will:
- Explain the new federal transportation bill;
- Help government officials and advocates understand what they need to do to ensure that the law is implemented well; and
- Give a preview of upcoming federal decisions affecting transportation, from important upcoming deadlines to the work necessary to make the next transportation bill better than the current one.
Transportation for America Director James Corless and Policy Director Nick Donohue will both speak at the event.
Mapping It Out will be held from 9 am-12:30 pm in the Brower Commons Conference Room at Rutgers’ College Avenue Campus (145 College Avenue, New Brunswick, New Jersey). The event is free of charge, but attendees must RSVP to steventstcorg (steventstcorg) .
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