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Well-functioning transportation systems allow people and goods to move across space safely and efficiently. Poorly designed transportation systems create noise, pollution, crashes, and frustration. This launch event for the “State of the Capital Region 2022” report focuses on the region’s transport infrastructure and usage, connecting the themes of previous reports on the geography of new housing and the spatial patterns of employment.

Join AEI, the George Washington University’s Center for Washington Area Studies, and a panel of experts for a discussion on commuting, transportation spending, and growth in the capital region.

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