The Public & Private Sectors Join Forces to Explore the New Administration's Proposed Renaissance in Transportation Infrastructure
Almas Temple Club, Washington, DC
June 3rd, 9am - 5pm; June 4th, 9am - 12:30pm
Now, the future is here. The game-changing arrival of the new administration, combined with the fractured economy, the enormous need for both new and improved infrastructure, the shovel-ready benefits (and ramifications) of the stimulus package and the impending high-stakes re-authorization of the SAFETEA-LU program have created a “perfect storm” of possibilities, filled with both pitfalls and extraordinary potential. To ensure the latter, Opportunities In Transportation Infrastructure 2009 will commandeer a high-profile roster of public sector transportation officials representing roads, toll roads, bridges, ports, airports, and transit who will offer unique insights as they discuss the role they hope to see the private sector play in their projects.
In addition, the event will feature a remarkable group of private sector players who are actively developing and financing projects and who will reveal how the new equation of the stimulus bill, funding mandates and the promise of a national infrastructure bank have recalibrated the parameters of their investment participation. Finally, the event will emphasize the participation of federal officials by featuring a variety of key players from the new administration who will offer their prescription for change – and the impact it will have on the nation’s infrastructure.
This unique interaction between the public, private and federal sectors promises to create a timely occasion to contemplate, network and effectively strategize in order to maximize the opportunities in this rapidly evolving market.
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Featuring Briefings By Senior Representatives from:
Commonwealth of Massachusetts
Commonwealth of Virginia
Denver International Airport
Jacksonville Port Authority
Michigan Department of Transportation
New York State Commission of State Asset
Port of Galveston
Port of New Orleans
State of Georgia
State of North Carolina
Tampa Port Authority
TIFIA Credit Program
U.S. Department of Transportation
Virginia Port Authority