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Issues and Voices that Matter April 22, 2011

Mass Transit in Central Florida

Mass Transit in Central FloridaOn this Heard in Central Florida, you’ll hear remarks offered by two leaders of regional planning and transportation agencies. They are MetroPlan executive director, Harold W. Barley, and Lynx chief executive officer, John M. Lewis, Jr. Each discuss the role mass transit will play over the next 5-years in Seminole County and Central Florida.
Feature Length — 59:46


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Both speakers offer opening remarks – Barley’s lasting 6 minutes and Lewis’ 11 minutes.
This is followed by 33-minutes of answers to questions asked by the forum moderator and attendees.

Below, please note that the Heard in Central Florida webpage offers you relevant and helpful links to content regarding issues addressed by each speaker…as well as still pictures of the event included in an on-line slide show.

This forum was held Thursday evening, February 17, 2011 at the Sanford-Lake Mary campus of Seminole State College. The event drew about 25 league members and members of the public.

Key Participants

Harold W. Barley Executive director, MetroPlan (photo - CMF Public Media)
Harold W. Barley
Executive director, MetroPlan

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John M. Lewis, Jr. Chief executive officer, Lynx (photo - CMF Public Media)
John M. Lewis, Jr.
Chief executive officer, Lynx

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Additional Participants

Deana Schott, president, League of Women Voters of Seminole County Florida (photo - GK Sharman)
Deana Schott
President, League of Women Voters of Seminole County

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Alexandra Colvin, student moderator (photo - CMF Public Media)
Alexandra Colvin
Seminole State College of Florida student moderator

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Pictures

After you launch the slideshow below, click “Next” and “Previous” to rotate through the photos.

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