April 21, 2023, Washington DC – The States for Passenger Rail Coalition (SPRC), an alliance of state and regional transportation officials who work together to promote the development and growth of intercity passenger rail, is pleased to announce a new partnership with Tai Ginsberg & Associates, LLC (TG&A) to help advance the goals of the coalition in Washington, DC.
“The SPRC Executive Committee and our members are thrilled to join forces with Tai Ginsberg & Associates,” said Jeremy Latimer, the Chair of SPRC as well as the Director of Rail Services for the Virginia Passenger Rail Authority. “TG&A was selected after an exhaustive RFP process. We look forward to working with them to raise awareness on the importance of intercity passenger rail as part of an integrated national transportation network.”
Tai Ginsberg and Associates is a full-service government relations firm based in Washington, DC. Focused primarily on the transportation and infrastructure sector, TG&A provides a strong depth of policy analysis and strategic political knowledge. The TG&A team also has experience working for State Departments of Transportation and understands the importance of the work that SPRC members do every day for their constituents.
“It’s an honor to be working with the innovative minds and transportation leaders behind SPRC,” said Jason Tai, Principal and Co-Founder of TG&A. “We’re eager to carry their message to DC and advocate for their important goals of expanding the intercity passenger rail network to improve mobility, promote equity, and enhance quality of life.”
“We pride ourselves on working with clients on the forefront of the transportation and infrastructure space,” said Matt Ginsberg, TG&A Principal. “SPRC is no exception. We’re excited for the opportunities this partnership will bring and we are ready to hit the ground running.”
SPRC would like to thank Steve Hewitt, Don Hannon, and Christina Caffo of the Alliance for their great work over the course of many years on behalf of SPRC.
For more information about SPRC visit: s4prc.org