Matt Daus Moderates Transportation Forum for New York Mayoral Candidates
On June 19, 2013, Matt Daus (Partner, New York) served as Moderator of the New York City Mayoral Transportation Forum. The forum, presented by the University Transportation Research Center, provided New York mayoral candidates an opportunity to address a wide range of issues that affect transportation policy, community sustainability, safety and livability in New York City.
Video of the event can be viewed here.
The event was covered by several media outlets, including:
- Streetsblog.org - At Forum, Mayoral Candidates Back Bus Lanes, Shy Away From Funding
- NY1.com - Select Bus Service Gets High Praise At Mayoral Candidates' Transit Forum
- Capital - Lhota's solution to car congestion: subway terminus park-and-rides
- Crain's New York Business - Dems toe Bloomberg transit line
- CBS New York - Mayoral Hopefuls Weigh In On City Bike Lanes At Transportation Forum
- Politicket - Prospective Mayors Spar on Transportation Policy
- WNYC - We Like Buses, but Not the TLC, say NYC Mayoral Candidates
- NYU Rudin Center Blog - Taxis, Taxes, and Monorail. The NYC Mayoral Transportation Forum
Matt, former New York City Taxi and Limousine Commissioner (TLC) and current President of the International Association of Transportation Regulators (IATR), is a Distinguished Lecturer with the City University of New York's (CUNY's) Transportation Research Center (UTRC) at The City College of New York.
His practice focuses on transportation law, counseling clients on a broad range of matters including regulatory compliance, strategic planning, procurement, litigation, administrative law and public policy.