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Hot Off the Press: Mobility Matters

While in many parts of the country, it feels like spring – or even summer – has sprung, YPT chapters across the country were so busy this winter, we’ve only now had the chance to catalog everything that’s been going on! So whether you’re stuck in the office or headed to spring break, take a moment to enjoy YPT’s Winter issue of our flagship magazine, Mobility Matters.

Click the picture to read the latest edition of Mobility Matters

In this issue you’ll find:

  • What you didn’t know you were missing about Chicago’s latest mega-infrastructure success: the O’Hare Modernization Program.
  • The skinny on why we should be paying for a national transportation system, and how to convince the nay-sayers that it’s important.
  • A special feature on the TRB Annual Meeting – the reflections of one first-time attendee, workshop highlights, and some terrific pictures!

Also in this issue, check out tips on taking your transportation career international, and get the view from the trenches on one of the most closely-watched transportation infrastructure campaigns in the country – Atlanta’s TIA.

Remember, you can also access this and all past issues of Mobility Matters at any time on the website at http://yptransportation.org/mobility-matters/. Firewall issues? Go directly to the issue by clicking here.

If you are interested in contributing to future editions of Mobility Matters, please contact our Mobility Matters editorial team at mobilitymatters@yptransportation.org.

Have a great spring!

Mobility Matters editors

About Aimee Custis

Aimee Custis is the Communications Manager at the Coalition for Smarter Growth. A policy wonk by training and a public transportation advocate by profession, she moved to DC in 2008 to learn everything she could about livable communities, transit, and public policy. She has served as both National Vice Chair for Communications and for Membership at Young Professionals in Transportation, and is an editor and contributor at Greater Greater Washington.

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