Public, Private Sectors Need To Coordinate Transportation Efforts


The New York Times published an opinion piece about the many transportation-related proposals on ballots across the nation. The proposals could raise nearly $200 billion for transportation improvements. Al Maloof believes the public and private sector across the U.S. must collectively develop global transit strategies for their respective regions.

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Public, Private Sectors Need To Coordinate Transportation Efforts

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