Mapping Out MAP-21 -- What You Need To Know About The New Transportation ProgramLearning Approach: Best Practices
| Sheraton New Orleans, Borgne | Posted: Sunday, 1:30-2:15 p.m.
For nearly 20 years, Main Street communities benefited from projects funded through the federal Transportation Enhancements (TE) program. As a result of the 2012 reauthorization, TE was adapted into a new modified program, Transportation Alternatives. Find out what types of projects are eligible, how much funding is available to your community, and how best to advocate for projects at the local level.
- Understand important changes to the Transportation Enhancement program.
- Share replicable best practices from states that are using Transportation Alternatives funding for Main Street projects.
- Strategize on methods for funding projects at the local level.
- Learn to advance Main Street as an important component of the Transportation Alternatives program.
Leanr more: www.mainstreet.org
For more information contact:
Rhonda Sincavage, National Trust for Historic Preservation
Rhonda Sincavage is Associate Director for Government Relations and Policy at the National Trust for Historic Preservation in Washington DC. In this capacity, she acts as the National Trust’s liaison by coordinating relationships and programmatic involvement with Congress and Federal Agencies on relevant public policy issues. Prior to employment at the National Trust, she was Vice President of Preservation Action, the national grassroots lobbying organization for historic preservation.
Ms. Sincavage is currently on the Board of Directors of the National Preservation Institute and the Association for the Preservation of Historic Congressional Cemetery, as well as an active member of the education committee of the DC Preservation League. She previously taught the “Issues in Preservation” course for the Historic Preservation Certificate Program at Goucher College and served as an ex-officio member of the Board of Trustees of US/ICOMOS. In 2011 Ms. Sincavage was a featured speaker at a TEDx event in Cleveland, Ohio and in 2005 she was selected to participate in the Courants Cultural Exchange Program sponsored by the French-American Foundation and the French Ministry of Culture.
Ms. Sincavage holds a Bachelor of Science in Design and Environmental Analysis from Cornell University and a Masters in Urban and Environmental Planning and Certificate in Historic Preservation from University of Virginia.