Summary:

Please join us on Wednesday, February 17th at 12PM PST/3PM EST for a special webinar designed for legislators and state think tanks. National and state transportation experts will share big ideas, simple recommendations, and a path forward on state transportation policy both during and after the COVID recovery. This is a great opportunity for questions and discussion with national and state experts who can offer ideas on how you can advance free-market transportation policies in your state that promote innovation, increase mobility, and spur economic growth.  

What you can expect:

The current pandemic has introduced unprecedented uncertainty into everyday transportation operations and long-term transportation planning. Travelers have drastically reduced commuting and their use of crowded, shared-transportation modes, including mass transit. It is unclear when—or if—travel will return to past trends or whether this “new normal” will persist indefinitely.

Transportation and COVID-19: A State Guide to Policy and Priorities, on which this webinar is based, can help. Authored by Bob Poole, Baruch Feigenbaum, Marc Scribner, Mariya Frost, Randal O’Toole, and Wendell Cox – this concise, easy-to-use guide aims to help guide state legislators and state-based policy organizations as they navigate transportation policy decisions.

During the webinar, you can expect a brief overview of each chapter, covering:

  • the importance of utilizing public-private partnerships;
  • reinventing public transit;
  • reducing Amtrak subsidies;
  • strengthening the users-pay principle;
  • considering the role of working from home;
  • prioritizing the resilience of highways; and
  • encouraging a permissive regulatory environment for future mobility.

Click here to register for this event.

We hope you are able to join us to learn more about how you can be effective in promoting innovation and free-market ideas in transportation policy in your state.



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