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The Biden administration is looking for transportation investments that will create jobs, promote racial and economic equity and prioritize both climate resilience and broad environmental sustainability. What types of federal transportation investments are right for the Bay Area and for California at large, and what will it take for them to deliver jobs quickly while supporting sustainable mobility? How can we understand which infrastructure should be prioritized, given the immense uncertainty that the pandemic has created around long-term transportation behavior? Hear from leading infrastructure and sustainable transportation policy experts about how these critical goals can coalesce into an efficient, effective and equitable stimulus package.
+ Beth Osborne / Transportation for America
+ Jeanie Ward-Waller / California Department of Transportation
+ Robert Puentes / The Eno Center for Transportation
+ Egon Terplan / California Strategic Growth Council
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