Panel: ‘Meeting the Challenges of Growth’

As part of its annual meeting, the New York Metropolitan Transportaiton Council will be holding a panel discussion entitled "Meeting the Challenges of Growth." The panel will include:

  • Daniel L. Doctoroff, Deputy Mayor for Economic Development and Rebuilding
  • Astrid C. Glynn, Acting Commissioner, New York State DOT
  • Elliot G. Sander, Executive Director and CEO, MTA

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