May 29 @ 8:00 am – 9:30 am UTC+0
In an increasingly interconnected economy, the ability to move goods reliably and quickly is essential for both consumers and businesses. Unfortunately, freight bottlenecks and other forms of congestion cost U.S. businesses about $200 billion a year due to the increased price to move goods.
Improving our freight networks will allow us to keep pace with rapid economic growth and help us attract more employers who want to take advantage of our convenient access to and from the rest of the world. Join WCIT for a breakfast panel discussion on the top investments and policies we need to prioritize to keep Washington’s trade economy moving.