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Saturday, September 24 • 4:25pm - 5:25pm
A Plan for Congestion

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Supported by General Motors

Moderators
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Ayan Mittra (mod.)

Managing Editor of The Texas Tribune
Mittra joined the Tribune after more than a decade at The Dallas Morning News, where he worked as a copy editor, assistant political editor and as a night city editor supervising the coverage of late-breaking news. He was also on the editing team for the 2009 and 2011 Texas legislative sessions. Mittra is a graduate of the University of Texas at Austin’s journalism school.

Speakers
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Cindy Burkett

State Representative
Burkett, R-Sunnyvale, has represented House District 113 since 2011. She is a member of the House Appropriations, Local & Consent Calendars, and Transportation committees, as well as the Transportation Subcommittee on Long-Term Infrastructure Planning. Burkett previously served as a legislative aide and deputy regional director to former state Sen. Bob Deuell. She is also the president and co-owner of Highline Enterprises.
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J. Bruce Bugg Jr.

Texas Department of Transportation Commissioner
Bugg was appointed transportation commissioner by Gov. Greg Abbott in 2015. He serves as chairman and trustee of The Tobin Endowment, a charitable foundation in San Antonio, and as chairman and co-founder of the Bexar County Performing Arts Center Foundation. Previously, Bugg served as chairman and president of the Texas Economic Development Corporation.
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Joe Pickett

State Representative
Pickett, D-El Paso, has represented House District 79 since 1995. He serves as chairman of the House Transportation Committee and sits on the Redistricting and Investments & Financial Services committees. Pickett previously served as chairman of the Defense & Veterans’ Affairs Committee.
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Betsy Price

Mayor of Fort Worth
Price was first elected in 2011 to lead the city of Fort Worth. As mayor, she has led initiatives to promote active lifestyles and further develop the city’s urban city center. Previously, Price served as Tarrant County’s tax assessor for more than a decade and was a private business owner.