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Workshop on TEA-3 (federal transportation legislation)

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    From: Margaret Okuzumi Subject: James Corless to give TEA-3 Update Please join us this Monday to learn the latest about federal
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      From: Margaret Okuzumi <okuzumi@...>
      Subject: James Corless to give TEA-3 Update

      Please join us this Monday to learn the latest about federal
      transportation
      funding from James Corless of the Surface Transportation Policy Project
      (STPP). All are invited to attend.

      BayRail Alliance Monthly Meeting
      Monday, February 10, 2003
      6:40 PM - 8:10 PM
      Menlo Park Round Table Pizza
      1225 El Camino Real, Menlo Park (two blocks from the Menlo Park Caltrain
      station)

      Guest Speaker: James Corless, California Director for the Surface
      Transportation Policy Project (STPP)

      Topic: TEA-3, or Shaping Federal Spending to Benefit Public Transit and
      Livable Communities

      Do you care about public transit and livable, walkable, bikeable
      communities?

      Did you know that the CMAQ program, which links
      transportation investments to improvements in air quality, may be cut?

      How does federal transportation spending on highways compare with
      spending on other modes?


      Fresh from Washington, D.C., James Corless will
      give us a primer on what's happening on Capitol Hill,
      · the role of the California delegation in federal policy,
      · and the new national Alliance for a New Transportation Charter.

      Learn how you can influence how billions of dollars in federal
      transportation money will be spent.

      About James Corless:

      James Corless serves as the California Director for the non-profit Surface

      Transportation Policy Project (STPP).

      His responsibilities include statewide transportation policy, research
      and analysis, and providing technical assistance to local governments and
      citizen groups on
      transportation issues.

      Prior to moving to California, Mr. Corless served
      as STPP's Communications Manager for three years in Washington D.C. and
      was
      active in the research of the federal transportation bill known as
      "TEA-21".
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