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Legislators to Discuss 2019 Transportation Strategies in Lafayette

December 28, 2018

Commuting Solutions, a nonprofit advocacy organization focused on improving multimodal transportation options in the northwest metro region, on Jan. 9 will hold its 10th Legislative Breakfast to discuss with elected officials the future of transportation in Colorado and strategies for the U.S. 36 corridor.

Speakers will include:

• Rep. KC Becker, D-Boulder, speaker of the Colorado House of Representatives, who will present a preview of the 2019 legislative session

• Senator-Elect Faith Winter , D-Westminster, chair of the of the state Senate Transportation and Energy Committee, and Rep. Matt Gray, D-Broomfield, chair of the House Transportation and Energy Committee, who will talk about the committees’ priorities.

• Boulder County Commissioner Elise Jones, who will outline the US 36 Mayors & Commissioners Coalition and Commuting Solutions 2019 policy agenda.

• Mizraim Cordero, vice president of government affairs for the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce, and Tony Milo, executive director of the Colorado Contractors Association, who will discuss the future of mobility with David Genova , the general manager and CEO of the Regional Transportation District and Herman Stockinger, director of public and government affairs for the Colorado Department of Transportation.

Senator-Elect Tammy Story, D-Conifer; Sen. Mike Foote, D-Lafayette; Sen. Rachel Zenzinger, D-Arvada; Rep. Edie Hooton, D-Boulder; Rep. Tracy Kraft-Tharp, D-Arvada; and Rep. Shannon Bird, D-Westminster, also will be in attendance, according to Commuting Solutions.

Those who wish to attend can register at bit.ly/2EPPJ6B . Tickets range from $75 to $90.

John Spina: 303-473-1389, jspina@times-call.com or twitter.com/jsspina24

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