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New Paradigms for Federal Transportation Programs During a Time of Scarce Resources

Thursday, June 27, 2013
12:00 p.m.

The nation's on-going fiscal challenges and persistent budget deficits have led to stagnating levels of federal surface transportation spending and new questions about federal policies and values. All this is occurring as transportation facilities age, deteriorate, and, in urban areas, suffer continuing conditions of congestion and unreliability. What policy reforms emerged from MAP-21, and whEmil Frankelat are likely to be future federal policy trends, in light of these circumstances?

Emil H. Frankel, a visiting scholar at the Bipartisan Policy Center (BPC) in Washington, D.C., and an independent consultant on transportation policy and public management issues, presented "New Paradigms for Federal Transportation Programs during a Time of Scarce Resources" on Thursday, June 27.

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