LA to TJ 2008 Mobile Conference

Join the Latino Urban Forum on a 1 or 2 day train or trolley ride that explores local and regional issues in Southern/Baja California region.

Discussions on Track will focus on four topic areas: transportation, social issues, the natural and built environment impacting the region.

Projects visited include: the LA River, Hobar Rail Yards, 710 Expansion, Great Park, San Gabriel River, Casa Familiar, Tijuana River and many others

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LA to TJ 2008 Mobile Conference: Moving Goods, People and Ideas

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Sorry for the change of date but Amtrak will be working on railroad tracks on May 3, 2008.     Join us on a one day train, trolley ride that explores local and regional issues in Southern/Baja California region.  Discussions on Track will focus on four topic areas: transportation, social issues, the natural and built environment impacting […]

Long Beach: Garcia Follows Garcetti in Restoring LA River

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Back in April, former director of Long Beach Park, Recreation & Marine Phil Hester sat in front of a bunch of urbanerds and bicyclists, pedestrian-oriented folks and designers, and discussed an idea that is both brilliant and needed on a community level: the 2002 RiverLinks projects. RiverLinks would vastly use the underused L.A. River by connecting the […]

Dry River Walk: Arroyo Seco Bikeway and Debs Park

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The Dry River walk, led by walk ambassador Jack Moreau, will exhibit the Arroyo Seco Bikeway and Eugene Debs Park as community assets for Los Angeles and discuss the issues behind connecting the areas with bicycle and pedestrian transportation. The Arroyo Seco is a natural creek running from the Angeles National Forest into Downtown LA […]