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The National Workshop for State & Local Transportation Advocates brings together transportation investment champions from around the country to share best practices, playbook secrets and other keys to success in advancing state and local legislative and ballot initiatives that boost transportation infrastructure investment.
Attend the workshop to hear the real-life challenges and success stories of state transportation funding campaigns. Learn what states have raised or are trying to raise new transportation revenue, why they are doing so, what revenue streams they are exploring, who the major players are, and campaign tactics and strategies.
Be part of the conversation! Attendees will leave the Workshop with new skills and strategies for increasing funding in their own states. The Workshop is held in conjunction with ARTBA’s annual Public-Private Partnerships in Transportation Conference.
The Transportation Investment Advocates Council also holds an annual in-person meeting for members of the Council, or for those interested in joining. To join, contact Carolyn Kramer and provide your name and organization.
For any questions or requests for the Workshop, contact Carolyn Kramer.
Coming soon. Contact Carolyn Kramer with any questions.
The room block at the Marriott Metro Center will open on March 15. Check back at that time for updates and information.
Workshop registration is available online:
General Admission: $475
Transportation Investment Advocates Council members receive a discount code as a thank-you for their participation in this group.
TIAC Supporters receive free registration to this event. If you would like to become a TIAC Supporter contact Carolyn Kramer.
* If these codes apply to you and you did not receive an email, please contact Carolyn Kramer.
Attendees of ARTBA’s 32nd Annual Public-Private Partnerships in Transportation Conference can register for the Workshop for free upon registering for the P3 Conference.
Members of the media are welcome to attend sessions after registering with Carolyn Kramer.