SOCATA Monthly Meeting

Our October 11th meeting will feature
guest speaker Paul Dyson, president of the Rail Passenger Association
of California (RailPAC), on the topic "High Speed Rail: It’s Time For
Action!" Mr. Dyson will discuss Proposition 1A, which would provide $10
billion in bonds toward the creation of a high speed rail network for
California.

Paul Dyson has spent 40 years in the barge, railroad, intermodal and
trucking industries, and is Vice Chair of the City of Burbank
Transportation Commission. He is a graduate of British Railway’s
management training program, a lifelong campaigner for environmentally
friendly transportation, and a member of the Sierra Club.

Please click on the "Meetings" button at the left for directions to the
meeting location. Mr. Dyson’s talk is free and open to the public.

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