The Future of Transportation Funding in Vermont

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With revenues expected to be held constant or decrease, costs expected to rise and our infrastructure aging past its prime, how will Vermont fund transportation and what will be our priorities?  Panelists: Joan Shannon, President, Burlington City Council; Michele Boomhower, Director, Chittenden County Metropolitan Planning Organizatoin; Brian Searles, Secretary, Vermont Agency of Transportation; Matthew Hake, Vermont Division Administrator, Federal Highways Administration.  Sponsored by the University of Vermont, Transportation Research Center.

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