Last week, we held our fourth workshop in Wilmington, DE with the support of the University of Delaware, Delaware Department of Transportation and the I-95 Cooridor Coalition.
Sen. Tom Carper, Chair, Subcommittee on Transportation and Infrastructure of the Environment and Public Works Committee in the U.S. Senate, delivered a keynote address. Chairman Carper offered his views on the needs to develop sustainable alternatives for infrastructure funding to ensure robust ongoing federal investment in our nation’s transportation system.
The state workshops offer the opportunity to explore specific state issues and identify solutions with those who are responsible for developing effective financing alternatives to meet the future infrastructure needs of the country.
Following are links to the PowerPoint Presentations from the Mid-Atlantic Workshop.
Gary Euler: MBUF Research for the I-95 Corridor Coalition: I-95 Coalition Con Ops – Wilmington – 12-14 Euler
Jack Basso: The Funding Cliff: MBUFACA_workshopDE_DEC14