Funding Conference: It’s Time to Move LA!

LACTFC invites you to attend It’s Time to Move LA!, a community conference to address Los Angeles County’s transportation funding challenge by bringing together key constituencies to explore alternative transportation funding and implementation strategies. It ought to be clear to all – an effective transportation funding program is needed to ensure a robust and efficient transportation system in 21st century Los Angeles.

It’s Time to Move LA! will set the stage for business, labor, health, environmental and community leaders to perhaps find a common agenda that can ultimately be presented to Los Angeles County leaders, agencies and, possibly, voters.

The Center at Cathedral Plaza 555 W. Temple Street Los Angeles, CA 90012

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