Measure R and Beyond

A project of

Community Partners

1000 N. Alameda St, Suite 240, Los Angeles, CA 90012

Measure R and Beyond:

Now the Real Work Begins!!!

Friday, January 16, 12 pm noon

(Lunch provided)

Environment Now

2515 Wilshire Blvd., Santa Monica, CA 90403

Presentations:

Richard Katz, LA Metro Board member

Renee Berlin, LA Metro, Executive Officer, Countywide Planning and Development

Michael Turner, LA Metro, Government Relations

This past November, LA County voters approved Measure R by 67.93%. Measure R provided a ½ sales tax increase that will raise up to $40 billion for transportation projects in Los Angeles County.

What should be the implementation priorities for Measure R funded projects? How will that be reflected in the Long Range Transportation Plan before the Metro Board on January 22?

How will the State of California factor into our transportation future, if at all?
How do we get Sacramento on the bus or out of the way?

Will President Obama’s economic stimulus package make a difference for LA County transportation?
How should we work to make a difference in the Federal Transportation Reauthorization process?

These are the questions on everyone’s minds. One thing we do know is, once again…

It is time to Move LA!

  • Yes! People who want to do something instead of sit on their hands and complain! I will be there!

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