Rail L.A.: Kickoff Meeting for World’s Fair 2020

It’s audacious. Far reaching in scope. A bold and unforgettable statement to the world, nothing less than the transformation of Los Angeles into an engine of economic growth, a system of free-flowing mobility, an environment of healthy living, and a beacon of sustainable progress in the 21st century for all.

It’s all part of a historical undertaking leading to a 2020 Los Angeles World’s Fair, and you’re invited to attend a kick-off meeting hosted by railLA this January 25th, 10:00 am, at metro37.

Come learn more about this groundbreaking World’s Fair concept fueled by the changing transportation infrastructure of Los Angeles, and how you can become a part of it.

So click on the RSVP below. And join with us in transforming Los Angeles.

Hosted by railLA 
Friday, Jan 25th 2013
10am – 12pm!
Event location: metro37
(new venue. due to popular demand)
5727 west adams blvd.
los angeles, ca 90016
323-938-0100
(Take the Expo Line- 1/2 mile from the La Cienega/ Jefferson station.
Parking available on street and at commuter lot on Fairfax and Adams.)

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