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Transportation Advocacy Day is February 12th

Posted by Kate Whiting at Feb 07, 2013 06:05 PM |
There is still time to register for Transportation Advocacy Day. Take just a minute and sign up right now. Make sure your voice is the one heard by legislators this year.
Transportation Advocacy Day is February 12th

Lobby Day

There is still time to register for Transportation Advocacy Day. We are less than one week away from Transportation Advocacy Day 2013. And we need you. Washington only works when we all have an opportunity to get where we need to go. We need funding solutions that give Washingtonians more choices. We need to fix our broken roads, put more buses on the street, invest in our communities, and create jobs. Take just a minute and sign up right now. Make sure your voice is the one heard by legislators this year.

Never been to Advocacy Day and wondering what your day will look like?

What's in store for the morning (9:30 - noon):  The program begins at 9:30 am.  Begin your day with a primer on our legislative priorities, get lobbying tips from the pros, and hear from our Legislative Panelists, including Sen. Steve Litzow, Sen. Steve Hobbs, and Rep. Luis Moscoso. We will also hear from Sen. Andy Billig and Rep. Marko Liias on specific pieces of our legislative priorities.

It gets even better in the afternoon (Noon - 4:30 pm): Enjoy a complimentary lunch followed by meetings with your legislators. You'll have an opportunity to participate in break-out sessions, as well as attending committee hearings in the House and Senate Transportation Committees.

Worried about how to get there? Don't want to spend all day driving? We have lots of choices!

ZipCar Caravan/Carpool: Just check the box that says you'd like to carpool to participate in our ZipCar Caravan. If you've thought of signing up for ZipCar and haven't yet? ZipCar Seattle is offering a special deal for Transportation Advocacy Day attendees. ZipCar would like to thank you for advocating on progressive transportation issues with a special joinoffer: Simply visit http://www.zipcar.com/registration & enter the code SEATRANSPOADVO when prompted. This code gets you a 1st year membership for only $10 ($50 off) and an initial $35 in driving credit for a free first ride (~3 hrs). Gas and insurance are included in membership, so once you have been approved you will only pay as you zip.

Amtrak Train: If you plan to take the Amtrak train, All Aboard Washington will provide shuttles for all Amtrak Northbound trains arriving at 8:50 am and departing at 4:42 pm.

Transit: (From Seattle) the ST 592 to Lakewood Station and transfer to InterCity Transit 605. The Tacoma-Olympia Express Buses are equipped with ORCA readers, however any other InterCity Transit buses do not.

Driving Directions to United Churches110 E. 11th Olympia, WA 98501

FROM THE NORTH (Seattle/Tacoma): I-5 to exit 105; take State Capitol (left) lane onto 14th Avenue; pass through the tunnel to Capitol Way; turn right; next traffic signal is at 11th Ave; turn right; church is on your left.

FROM THE SOUTH: I-5 to Exit 105; take State Capitol lane back over the freeway onto 14th Ave and proceed as above.

 

However you get there, we are all looking forward to seeing you on Tuesday in Olympia!

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