Rebuilding and Renewing America: Infrastructure Strategies for the Southwest Megaregion

This event will provide an opportunity to

– identify new financing options, and the major transportation, energy and water infrastructure priorities in the Southwest Megaregion that are also issues of national interest;

– find common ground on programs and policies that would help our regions and subregions meet their core infrastructure challenges;

– establish a network of business, civic, government and academic organizations through America 2050 West to work on building the Southwest Megaregion and pushing its collective agenda.

The America 2050 effort is supported by the Rockefeller Foundation, Surdna Foundation, and Lincoln Institute of Land Policy. Local sponsors include Southern California Edison, LINC Housing Corporation, Kern Council of Governments, Metropolitan Water District, Southern California Association of Governments and Los Angeles Economic Development Council.

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