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Transportation Diversity Council and Massachusetts Institute of Technology To Host 2020 TDC-MIT Transportation & Infrastructure Virtual Summit

Parul Dubey on October 18, 2020 - in Announcement, Events, News

Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, conference will discuss navigating transportation challenges and opportunities

 

New York, New York: The Transportation Diversity Council and Massachusetts Institute of Technology will host the virtual summit featuring panels on funding structures and transportation workforce challenges. Keynote speakers will include Phillip Washington, Chief Executive Officer, Los Angeles County MTA, and Craig Cipriano, President of MTA Bus & Senior Vice President of NYC Transit Bus.

WHAT: 2020 TDC-MIT Transportation & Infrastructure Virtual Summit

WHO: Transportation Diversity Council and Massachusetts Institute of Technology along with Phillip Washington, Chief Executive Officer, Los Angeles County MTA, and Craig Cipriano, President of MTA Bus & Senior Vice President of NYC Transit Bus

WHEN: 10:00 AM EST Monday, October 12th

WHERE: https://bit.ly/3jcc6D4

 

Media Contacts:

For Transportation Diversity Council

Rachel Noerdlinger: Rnoerdlinger@mercuryllc.com

 

About the Transportation Diversity Council

The Transportation Diversity Council “is a 501 (C) (3) not-for-profit corporation” and is led by seasoned executives from the worlds of transportation, education and construction who are dedicated to ensuring that every individual and company has the opportunity to fully contribute to America’s future. TDC was formed in 2010 to meet the growing need for leaders, technical professionals, educators and construction workers in the transportation and construction industries.  Those needs can only be met by engaging and developing a large and diverse workforce. TDC reaches out to students of all ages to provide exposure to engineering and construction trades, provides development programs to individuals, companies and agencies to ensure that all talents are recognized and nurtured, and helps bridge the gaps between needs and opportunities for the entire industry.

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