Infrastructure Week, May 11-14, is approaching, and the role of rail is front and center in the national discussion. President Biden’s recent infrastructure proposal recognizes rail’s role in bolstering the economy and job growth as well as addressing climate change and highway congestion. Join us for Get Onboard: How Rail is Leading the Charge on Climate and Infrastructure, a panel discussion with policymakers and rail industry suppliers. We will speak with panelists who will share examples of the gains being made by the rail sector to address climate change using innovative technology and sustainable infrastructure practices that are sensitive to environmental justice impacts.
Join us on May 13 at 11 AM ET for this live panel with an opportunity for Q & A.
Devon Barnhart, Deputy Director, OneRail Coalition
Madeleine Stern, Director Marketing, Membership & Trade Shows, REMSA
Anne Canby, Director, OneRail Coalition
Andrew Wishnia, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Climate Policy, U.S. Department of Transportation (Topic: Rail-related DOT priorities for Climate and Infrastructure)
Paul Denton, SVP Global Rolling Stock Sales, Technology and Marketing, Progress Rail (Topic: battery technology and locomotives)
Noah Heulitt, Vice President Rolling Stock Business Development, Alstom (Topic: Low- to-No Carbon Emissions in Rail)
Alanna Strohecker, Global Market Sector Leader, Good Movement, AECOM (Topic: Infrastructure and Rail)