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BSCES Transportation and Development Institute Boston Chapter MA Legislative Update

 
Description MA Legislative Update: With the Federal Infrastructure Plan Stalled - Where does it leave Massachusetts? - Thursday, September 28, 2017 at the Omni Parker House, 5:30PM - 8:00PM.
Status Open
Number of Days 1
Start Time 5:30 PM
Begin Date 09/28/2017
End Date 09/28/2017
Early Reg: 09/28/2017

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Location name: Omni Parker House
Location phone: 617-227-8600
City: Boston
State: MA
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MA Legislative Update:
With the Federal Infrastructure Plan Stalled - "Where does it leave Massachusetts?"
 
Sponsored by the Transportation & Development Institute Boston Chapter
 
Thursday, September 28, 2017
5:30 PM – 8:00 PM
5:30 PM Registration and Social
6:15 PM Dinner
7:00 PM Presentations and Discussions

 
Omni Parker House
60 School Street
Boston, MA
 
 
 
Panelists for this event include:
State Representative, William Straus, Co-Chair Joint Transportation Committee
Monica Tibbets-Nutt, MBTA Finance Board & Executive Director Route 128 Council
Scott Bosworth, Chief Strategy Officer, MassDOT
Alexandra Kleyman, Transportation Improvement Program Manager, Boston Region MPO
 
Registration Dealine: Monday, September 25, 2017
$100 Members, $125 Non-Members
$80 Public Sector Members, $100 Public Sector Non-Members
$75 Seniors (65+) & Students

 

One of the biggest promises of Donald Trump's campaign was to revitalize the Nation's roads, bridges, and airports.  The promise was to deliver an infrastructure rebuilding package for massive investments with estimated program costs to exceed $1 trillion.  The administration has indicated it will rely on the Public-Private Partnership model to a large degree to fund the improvements and States must identify priorities on projects that are in fact, ready to go. There is much discussion going on in Congress and the various professional groups as the administration's first budget has been submitted. But still no big plan. How are the capital programs and infrastructure plans of Massachusetts to be affected? The Legislative Update will include panelists from the State agencies that will discuss how the change in the federal plan could affect infrastructure programming in Massachusetts and if there have been any recent developments in the Capital Improvement Programs as a result. How the State is preparing will be key.
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Register for this event and pay online by credit card by clicking the "Register" button above. To register online for an event at the BSCES member rate you must login using your BSCES assigned username and password. If you do not know your BSCES member login information call 617/227-5551. You can also register for this event by mail or email. To do so, download and complete a BSCES Event Registration Form and follow the submission instructions. Cancellations received after Monday, September 25, 2017 and no-shows will be billed.      
 
 
 
 
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