Brian Cassidy represents regional mobility authorities and other public and private entities involved in the development of toll roads and other transportation infrastructure. His activities include advising clients on complex procurements, public/private partnerships, state and federal project approval, project financing, innovative financing options, right-of-way acquisition, intergovernmental agreements, open meetings issues, and Public Information Act compliance. He has been involved in the development of major transportation legislation (including HB 3588, HB 2702, and SB 792), and has testified in many legislative hearings on transportation policy issues. Mr. Cassidy also works on matters relating to utility infrastructure, including telecommunications tower siting, forced access issues, franchise fee and right-of-way disputes, and utility service agreements. In addition, he is a well-recognized speaker and writer on transportation issues and legislation, regional mobility authorities, utility infrastructure and property rights issues, and administrative law.
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