Washington, D.C. – The most recent episodes of the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments’ podcast series, The COG Podcast, include discussions on the economy and transportation – two key areas of interest for Metropolitan Washington. The audio from The COG Podcast is available free of charge for use by media outlets, as well as community and interest groups.
For instructions on how to listen and/or subscribe to the podcast series, please see below.
Recent Episodes of The COG Podcast:
Accessible Transportation in Metropolitan Washington. Tim Lovain, Alexandria City Councilmember, Member of the National Capital Region Transportation Planning Board, and Chair of the TPB Human Service Transportation Coordination Task Force, discusses making transportation more accessible for people with disabilities, senior citizens and low-income communities. (12/18/08) Download: MP3 Version 5:47
2008 COG Annual Luncheon Keynote Speech on the Economy.Steven Pearlstein, Washington Post Business Columnist, spoke about the economic crisis, its impact on the metropolitan Washington region, and the key investments needed for long-term success. (12/10/08) Download: MP3 Version 35:46
COG Board Chair's Monthly Address: Nine Key Issues in '09. COG Board Chair Michael Knapp forecasted the top issues facing the region in 2009 at the COG Annual Luncheon and urged area leaders to work through COG to collaborate closely with the new Obama administration on issues like economic development, transportation and climate change. (12/10/08) Download: MP3 Version 7:34
How to listen and/or subscribe to The COG Podcast:
There are two options for listening to the podcasts. One option is to visit the homepage of The COG Podcast and download individual episodes. A second option is subscribing to the series. To subscribe, visit the homepage of The COG Podcast and then click on the link to “Subscribe to The COG Podcast.” Visitors will then be directed to the Podcast’s “feed” where they can subscribe to the feed, automatically receiving new episodes when they are uploaded.