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- Tom Warne Transportation consultant, former Executive Director of the Utah Department of Transportation, and former president of the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials
- Casey Dinges Managing director for external affairs, the American Society of Civil Engineers
- Senator Amy Klobuchar U.S. Senator from Minnesota
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