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September 13, 2016 - ITE-WA Kick-Off Meeting

Freight movement is essential to economic growth for Seattle and the nation. As the fifth largest exporting state in the country and a major gateway to our state, our transportation system is critical to the local and regional freight mobility needs. Please join us for Washington State ITE’s kickoff luncheon meeting to:
  • Learn more about the region’s freight planning efforts and upcoming freight projects.
  • Engage in discussions with our region’s major freight planning agencies.
  • Connect with members by building relationships and networking.
To provide a regional overview, we have invited Tracy Krawczyk (SDOT), Ashley Probart (FMSIB), and Christine Wolf (NW Seaport Alliance) to speak at September’s ITE Meeting. Tracy will provide an update on the City of Seattle’s upcoming Freight Master Plan which the City plans to adopt at the end of September. Ashley will provide an overview of the FMSIB’s role in funding freight projects within Washington state and their role in coordinating between local, national and international freight movement needs. Christine will inform ITE on the activities undertaken by the Port of Seattle and Port of Tacoma and how these activities influence how we plan for our transportation system regionally.

We are excited to have speaker panel that will provide a broad perspective on freight mobility and look forward to an informative and interactive September meeting.

Date:Tuesday, September 13, 2016
Venue:Salty's Restaurant (1936 Harbor Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98126)
Cost:ITE members: $55
Non-ITE members: $60
YPT: $55
Menu:Salty's Olympic Buffet includes:
Grilled Wild Salmon
Chicken Breast
Seafood Chowder
Romaine Salad
Roasted rainbow vegetable medley
Sourdough Bread and Butter
Dessert: Salty's Signature White Chocolate Mousse Cake
Starbuck's Coffee, Tazo Tea and Iced Tea
RSVP:Please register with Carla Nasr at itewaregister@gmail.com by 5pm on
Friday, September 9.

Cancellations after September 9th will not be accepted.

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