Friday, February 17, 2012

You're Invited | Inter-Generational Policy Tour Series: Transportation Policy

Right on the heels of its 60th birthday, the Citizens League will be hosting an interactive inter-generational event! You can witness policy in action (and on tour) by learning about transportation policy and visiting the MnDOT Regional Transportation Management Center site. Space is limited, so reserve your slot today to get your wheels in motion around transportation and transit policy!

Tuesday, Feb. 28

5:30-7:30 p.m.

MnDOT Regional Transportation Management Center

1500 County Road B2 West, Roseville

Free for Citizens League members; $10 for non-members

Light snacks and beverages provided

Register now

Transportation policy affects us all: How we commute to work, what foods we can buy and whether we show up to a birthday party on time.

The Citizens League Emerging Leaders group presents the first event in its Inter-Generational Policy Tour Series, exciting opportunities to get behind-the-scenes looks at notable locations in Minnesota, followed by discussions with leading policy thinkers.

Discuss transportation policy and the nuts and bolts behind MnPASS lanes and other decongestion efforts with Brian Kary from the Minnesota Department of Transportation, Adam Harrington of the Metropolitan Council and the Citizens League's Bob DeBoer.

Space is limited to the first 25 people to register.

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