Celebrate 50 Years of Transit Innovation
- September 4, 2014 at 6:30 pm
Arlington Campus, Founders Hall
Come celebrate the Northern Virginia Transportation Commission's historic milestone with the support of George Mason University's Center for Transportation Public-Private Partnership Policy.
RSVP by August 25 to email@example.com.
The Northern Virginia Transportation Commission brings the region together to support an innovative network of transit systems of local and commuter bus, Metrorail and Metrobus, the VRE commuter rail system, and ridesharing programs. These systems connect people to opportunities through more than 164 million passenger trips each year. NVTC secures and manages funding and provides technical expertise needed to develop and sustain high quality, high capacity transit services vital to the economy of Virginia.
The Center for Transportation Public-Private Partnership Policy at Mason was launched with the support of the Commonwealth of Virginia to advance objective consideration of public-private partnerships in transportation system renewal and development through research, executive and graduate education, and public service. Advancing public interest through P3s demands careful analysis of costs, risks and rewards, all of which require skills and knowledge fostered by the Center.
Toni Andrews, firstname.lastname@example.org, Center for Transportation Public-Private Partnership Policy