TRANSPORT TUES: Rethinking How We Use and Pay for Roads

April 02, 2019 00:38:13
TRANSPORT TUES: Rethinking How We Use and Pay for Roads
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TRANSPORT TUES: Rethinking How We Use and Pay for Roads
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Show Notes

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]The rise of alternative transportation options is changing our lives and can further revolutionize commercial real estate, commuting, living and working. But, in the last seventy years, the United States primarily focused building its infrastructure for personal vehicles. As the “old” infrastructure becomes a battleground for all transportation options, what infrastructure is needed to usher in the necessary changes? And who will pay for the infrastructure? Tune in to hear a recap of IPFA America's event entitled, Arriving at the Speed of Sound, hosted at the Nixon Peabody office in Downtown Los Angeles. Learn more by following: [/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]

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