Transportation Funding at a Crossroads: What Will it Take to Deliv er a 21st Century Transportation System?
April 22, 2015
Sacramento Council of Governments (SACOG) Boardroom
1415 L Street #300, Sacramento, CA
Debbie Niemeier – Professor, Civil & Environmental Engineering; Director, Sustainable Design Academy, University of California, Davis
Ron Milam – Principal-in-Charge of Technical Development, Fehr & Peers Transportation Consultants
Will Kempton – Executive Director, California Transportation Commission
It is no secret that transportation is facing a funding crisis. The Highway Trust Fund is nearing insolvency, California’s highway system faces a $59 billion backlog in deferred maintenance, and local roads are falling into disrepair requiring mounting costs to fix. Join us for a timely discussion on transportation funding challenges at the local, state, and federal level; viable short term and long term funding solutions currently being considered; and how various funding solutions compare in the context of broader environmental, societal, and economic goals.
The forum brings together transportation professionals, planners, and policymakers from all levels of government andfrom the private sector to discuss goals and strategies for short and long term funding and financing options for our local, regional, and state transportation networks. Participants can expect to gain a better understanding of transportation funding challenges at the local, state, and federal level; learn about viable short term and long term funding solutions being considered; and be part of a dialog on how various funding solutions compare in the context of broader environmental, societal, and economic goals.
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The National Center for Sustainable Transportation would like to recognize and thank Caltrans for sponsoring this event.