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Name: Advocacy in the A.M. Transportation
Date: May 22, 2018
Time: 7:30 AM - 9:00 AM CDT
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The Chamber’s Advocacy in the A.M. series is back with an event focused on where we're going and how we're getting there – literally.
 
A reliable, multi-modal transportation system with enhanced connectivity to major urban centers is a key component of the Chamber’s two-year Access Agenda. On May 22 at Host Sponsor Boardman & Clark LLP, a panel of transportation leaders will discuss the current state of transportation in Greater Madison and what we can do to improve that infrastructure as our region grows.

Host Sponsor:
Boardman & Clark LLP

Panelists:
Brad Livingston, Director, Dane County Regional Airport
Chuck Kamp, General Manager, Madison Metro
David Noyce, Director, Wisconsin Traffic Operations and Safety Laboratory
Lisa Snyder, Brand Manager & Product Manager for Emerging Markets, Quality Bicycle Products

Location:
Boardman & Clark LLP
1 S Pinckney St, Suite 410, Madison, WI 53703
Date/Time Information:
Date: Tuesday, May 22, 2018
Time: 7:30 A.M. – 9:00 A.M.
Contact Information:
Kristin Gasser
Fees/Admission:
No cost to attend for Chamber Members
Non-member Fee: $25
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