Infrastructure Week 2014 will be held May 12-16 and will explore emerging solutions, innovative approaches and best practices being developed nationwide to modernize aging infrastructure.
Daily signature events will focus on major infrastructure challenges, including freight and goods movement, passenger transportation, and drinking water and wastewater treatment.
A “Jobs and Infrastructure Rally” will be held May 15 in front of the AFL-CIO building is Washington. Speakers will include AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka, AFL-CIO Transportation Trades Department President Edward Wytkind, Brent Booker of North America’s Building Trades Unions, and Victor Mendez of the U.S. Department of Transportation. Print a flyer.
The events will focus the consequences of inaction and the importance of interconnected infrastructure that provides a safe, secure and competitive climate for business operations nationwide.
View the Infrastructure Week 2014 here.
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