Media Coverage

MTI’s expertise in surface transportation topics has brought the organization a great deal of media coverage. This list represents a sample that includes print and broadcast stories.

Date Title Media Outlet
01/25/2009 Diridon addresses the need for speed at HSR conference The Lyme Times
01/23/2009 Diridon is special speaker at New London transportation meeting Thames River Times
01/23/2009 Diridon addresses carpool lane issue San Jose Mercury News
01/21/2009 Diridon sees hope in stimulus package SF Bay Guardian
01/06/2009 Summary of speakers at New London transportation meeting This New England
01/03/2009 School joins Garrett Morgan competition Eureka Times Standard
01/01/2009 High-speed rail optimistic about more spending BLET News
12/11/2008 Betty Dravis names Rod Diridon and Norman Mineta as mentors WriteType
12/09/2008 Brian Jenkins article about Mumbai attacks Middle East Times
12/09/2008 Rod Diridon quoted about light rail projects Arizona Republic
12/05/2008 Peter Bergen commentary on WMD, wi quotes from Brian Michael Jenkins CNN Politics
12/02/2008 Light rail promoted in Washington to new administration ABC-TV
12/01/2008 MTI expert: Terrorism is a terrifying strategic logic Adnkronos
12/01/2008 MTI expert: Terrorism is a terrifying strategic logic Adnkronos
12/01/2008 MTI Director as possible Transportation Secretary Contra Costa Times
11/24/2008 Diridon at HSR meeting Orlando Business Journal
11/21/2008 The sleeping giant wakes up Asian Week
11/20/2008 Meetings in Washington to outline agenda for high-speed rail Macro World Investor
11/18/2008 Mineta as ambassador to Japan? Nichi-Bei Times
11/17/2008 Should Diridon run for Congress? Mission City Lantern
11/16/2008 Obama's first international crisis, by Brian Jenkins San Diego Union-Tribune
11/15/2008 MTI directors among ose considered for Cabinet Live Journal
10/23/2008 Diridon on HSR and rail travel (Broadcast) KBAY Radio
10/23/2008 Diridon discusses HSR and risk of terror on trains Bunker Report: Best of KGO
10/23/2008 Expert says nuclear terrorism is not a major threat Government Executive

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