We get to hang out with all the most interesting people in the infrastructure sector and you should too. Every week we'll interview a different expert to learn more about the transportation, water, and energy projects that matter across America. Subscribe now to make sure you don't miss out on the next dorky infrastructure fact you'll be dying to share at your next cocktail party or the policy idea that will finally get you that big promotion.
Washington State DOT’s David Sowers gives us the low down on one of America’s most impactful infrastructure mega-projects and explains the lessons he learned digging one of the world’s biggest tunnels.
AECOM’s Dalia Leven walks us through the many possible futures of mobility and how Mobilitics can help predict outcomes for different scenarios for engineers and planners. AECOM has developed a new scenario-planning tool designed to incorporate emerging trends and technologies into the long-range transportation planning process. Based in travel demand forecasting, Mobilitics helps public agencies […]
WSP USA’s President and CEO takes the long view from his start building infrastructure in Philadelphia all the way to his experience running one of America’s largest engineering, advisory, and consulting firms.
Ed Mortimer, Vice President of Transportation and Infrastructure at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, joins the podcast to talk about the potential for Congressional action on infrastructure and the best policies at the state level.
Robert Puentes, the President CEO of the Eno Center for Transportation joins us for a whirlwind tour of all the transportation ballot initiatives taking place around the country. We talk trends, getting local, and the future of transportation funding.
In the kickoff to 2019’s Infrastructure Week, Parson’s Dan Lukasik walks us through the nuts and bolts of intelligent transportation systems. We talk about all the cool technologies coming to roads across America and hit on the major trends reshaping the way we all get around.
American Federation of Teacher’s President Randi Weingarten teaches us a lesson about the big and small ways that infrastructure investment impacts our lives. It’s about dignity, respect, trust in government and more. We also get to go deep on using pension capital to rebuild America.
Congressman Himes isn’t looking backwards, he’s thinking about what’s next in infrastructure. Take a few minutes to get a view of what Congress needs to do to address tomorrow’s infrastructure challenges–innovative finance, self-driving cars, and more. The Congressman also shares some hometown love for Connecticut.
Congressman Graves is one of the most passionate and knowledgeable infrastructure advocate on the Hill. Pull up a chair and learn more about the Army Corps and what it takes to get a project done (we may also talk about dolphins).
Representative Dutch Ruppersberger, fierce defender of Maryland’s 2nd District, knows what his constituents and America needs. Tune in to learn more about fixing your morning commute, the right way to budget, and why local governments need bonds.
Rob Puentes: The Man, the Myth, the Transportation Legend. Tune in to hear the President of the Eno Center for Transportation discuss the future of aviation, air traffic control reform, and why air travel isn’t as bad as you think it is.
Cal Dooley, President and CEO of the American Chemistry Council, is a master of Capitol Hill and the world of Chemistry. As it turns out, he also knows a lot about transportation, the USDA, procurement, infrastructure innovation, project finance, and more.
Beverley Swaim-Staley, Union Station Redevelopment Corporation President and CEO, tells us that the state of our Union Station is strong. Beverly walks us through the past 100 years of DC’s iconic and economically critical transportation hub and then gives us a glimpse of how we’ll be using it for the next 100 years.
Paul Skoutelas, all around public transportation all-star and new president of the American Public Transportation Association, talks us through what’s next in transportation and how we’re going to pay for it.