From the PWC Committee of 100:
REDUCING GRIDLOCK IN NORTHERN VIRGINIA
THURSDAY, MAY 11
MANASSAS HOLIDAY INN
Dinner at 7 p.m.; Panel discussion begins at 8 p.m.
The Washington metropolitan area has the second longest commute in America. What can be done to reverse the downward spiral in the time Northern Virginians have available for family life and productive work?
Hear this issue discussed by Virginia’s top transportation official; the leader of the Virginia House of Delegates, who insists that transportation needs can be met without tax increases;
a prominent advocate of "smarter growth"; and a widely published advocate of free market solutions. Bring your questions and see if there is an answer to life in the slow lane.
VIRGINIA SECRETARY OF TRANSPORTATION
Former Deputy County Executive—Prince William County
SPEAKER, VIRGINIA HOUSE OF DELEGATES
COLUMNIST—Newport News Daily Press
SMARTER GROWTH COALITION
Sponsored by the Prince William Committee of 100
For dinner reservations ($20), contact Nancy at (703) 670-5915 or firstname.lastname@example.org by
11 a.m. on Monday, May 8. No reservation is required to attend only the panel discussion.