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Detroit, Michigan | June 12-14

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Transportation & Infrastructure Public Policy Committee

CSG’s Transportation Public Policy Committee provides a forum for state leaders to address emerging challenges and issues arising from dynamic transportation and infrastructure policy conditions in the states. Members of the committee focus on emerging trends, innovative and effective solutions, and viable policy positions and response projects. During meetings, committee members may introduce and consider policy resolutions. The committee is designed to encourage multi-state problem solving and sharing of best practices, and to facilitate networking among state officials and between the public and private sectors. Committee priorities are established by CSG’s national leaders in concert with the committee’s membership. Committee priorities include: Implementation of MAP-21, Future Federal Transportation Funding, New State Revenues for Transportation, Preparedness for the Panama Canal Expansion, and Educating the Public on the Need for Infrastructure Revitalization.
 

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Rep. Andrew McLean
Maine
Co-Chair
 
 
 

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Rep. Larry Phillips
Texas
Co-Chair

 


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Rudy Malfabon
Department of Transportation
Nevada
Vice Chair
 
 
 
Sean Slone
CSG director of transportation policy
(859) 244-8234
sslone@csg.org

 

Slone staffs The Council of State Governments’ Transportation and Infrastructure Public Policy Committee, which is made up of state legislators, state departments of transportation officials and private-sector associates from across the country. He organizes transportation-related sessions for CSG national meetings and smaller transportation policy academies in Washington, D.C., and around the country. He writes frequently on transportation policy for CSG publications such as Capitol Ideas, Capitol Research policy briefs and the Capitol Comments blog. Prior to joining CSG in 2006, Slone was a feeds producer at C-SPAN and a reporter, producer and anchor at Kentucky Educational Television.
 

 

 

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