Infrastructure Week 2016: Don’t Miss These Events

May 16-20 is Infrastructure Week  a national week of events; media coverage; and education and advocacy efforts to elevate infrastructure as a critical issue impacting the nation.

This year, the Eno Center for Transportation is participating in and/or hosting a number of events during this week. Mark your calendars and RSVP to these events:

1. Infrastructure Week Kick-Off Event – Looking Back and Looking to the Future: Perspectives from Former Transportation Secretaries from the 80’s through Today

WHEN: 10:15am – 11:00am, Monday, May 16
WHERE: U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Hall of Flags

Moderated by Robert Puentes, President and CEO, Eno Center for Transportation


  • The Honorable James Burnley, IV, Former USDOT Secretary
  • The Honorable Ray LaHood, Former USDOT Secretary
  • The Honorable Mary Peters, Former USDOT Secretary
  • The Honorable Rodney Slater, Former USDOT Secretary

This panel is part of the Infrastructure Week Opening Session.

2. CHEAPER, SAFER, FASTER: How Disruptive Technologies Are Changing How We Build and Operate Transportation Infrastructure

WHEN: 2:45pm – 5:00pm, Monday, May 16
WHERE: House T&I Committee Hearing Room, Rayburn House Office Building

Co-hosted by AASHTO

3. Eno Freight Working Group Paper Release

WHEN: 1:45pm – 4:00pm, Thursday, May 19
WHERE: Capitol Hill (Room TBD)

The full Infrastructure Week Calendar can be found here.

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