Roadway damaged from weather.

Federal Resources for Highway Infrastructure Resilience Webinar

December 8, 2022 | 10:00 am PST (1:00 pm EST) | Webinar

Since 1980, the United States has sustained 332 weather and climate disasters, and individual events, like Hurricane Ian, will likely exceed $10 billion. The total cost of these disasters exceeds $2.27 trillion.

How do you address the continued impact of climate change on our nation’s infrastructure? How do you mitigate the impact of these events? What funding is available to help public agencies stay resilient to natural disasters, climate change and aging infrastructure?

New climate and resilience programs have emerged under IIJA. Do you know how to take advantage of this funding? In this webinar, our speakers will provide guidance on these new programs and tips on how to mitigate the impacts of natural disasters and climate change.

Key Takeaways:

  • Discover the four approaches to mitigate impacts and increase resilience of our transportation systems.
  • Explore the IIJA programs that will help your agency mitigate the impacts of climate change and increase resilience of surface transportation.


Tom Everett.

Tom Everett

Vice President, Strategic Advisor Infrastructure

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Jim Avitabile.

Jim Avitabile

Vice President, Transportation Infrastructure

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Jennifer Carver.

Jennifer Carver

Statewide Community Planning Coordinator
Florida Department of Transportation

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