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Estimates suggest that Massachusetts must spend an additional $1 billion per year simply to repair and maintain our aging transportation infrastructure. Former Secretary Mullan will focus on what we have accomplished so far and what remains to be done.
America’s transportation systems and organizations are at a crossroads. Largely built in the post WWII era, these systems are badly in need of maintenance and repair. At the same time, we need new roads and transit systems to grow our economy and meet the transportation needs of today, not yesterday. In Massachusetts the estimated gap between the dollars we have and the dollars we need to simply repair and maintain the current system is estimated at $1B per year. This talk will focus on what Massachusetts leaders have done to manage this situation and what additional steps are needed to address the critical civic need. URL: