2011 MAFC Conference and Annual Meeting

Mid-America Freight Coalition 

The 2011 Mid-America Freight Coalition Conference and Annual Meeting, to be held April 26-28 in St. Louis, Missouri, starts in just a few days.
We’ve put together a diverse line-up of presentations, panel discussions, and workshops on freight transportation in the MAFC region and beyond.
A special note for state and MPO representatives. On April 26, we are holding pre-conference peer exchange from 10:00am-12:30pm, moderated by Keith Bucklew (Indiana DOT). This session is open to all state and MPO representatives and includes a working luncheon. The conference itself begins at 1:00pm with a welcome plenary session for all attendees.
For the most recent agenda, visit the 2011 MAFC Conference and Annual Meeting page.

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