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Urban Land Institute – TOD Summit 2010

Transportation in Los Angeles is at a pivotal point. We face a
historic opportunity to rethink how we plan, fund, and build our future

To contribute to this conversation, the Urban Land Institute Los
Angeles is initiating its premier Transit-Oriented Development (TOD)
Summit 2010 to engage public and private sector leaders to discuss
pressing transportation and land use challenges.

Guest Speakers Include:

    • Barbara Boxer, United States Senator from California.
    • Shelley Poticha, Senior Advisor for Sustainable Housing and Communities at HUD.
    • Panel Discussions, Case Studies and Site Tours by leaders in thefield throughout the course of the day focusing on TOD finance, policyand design.

ULI Los Angeles will also be be presenting the Technical Assistance
Panel recommendations for key transit stops in Los Angeles County. A
written report of these recommendations will also be distributed to all
attendees. The transit-oriented sites sites studied inlcude:

    • City of Monrovia- Station Square Transit Village
    • County of Los Angeles- Blue Line Slauson Station
    • County of Los Angeles- Green Line Vermont Station
    • Housing Authority of the City of LA Jordan Downs

A Reception with Guest Speaker Eric Garcetti, Los
Angeles City Council President and District 13 Council Member, will be
held at Twist in the Renaissance Hollywood Hotel. Hors d'oeuvres will
be served and a cash bar will be available.

Download Program Agenda and Speakers>>


TOD Summit Conference

Member/ Non Member Rate
Early Bird Special$95Deadline, Friday, May 21st
Pre Registration$125Deadline, Tuesday, June 1st
Public Sector/Non Profit$75Deadline, Tuesday, June 1st
Student w/ valid ID$55
On Site$145

TOD Summit Reception

Member/Non Member Rate
Register Online Now >>

Download and Fax Registration Form>>

Sponsorship Opportunities

Becoming a Founding Sponsor and position your
company by becoming a TOD Summit Sponsor and increase the profile of
your firm over the life of the 2010 program. With over 40,000 members
across the globe-1,700 here in the Greater Los Angeles area, ULI has
been long recognized as one of America's most respected and widely
quoted sources of objective information on urban planning, growth, and
development. As a Sponsor you will receive the multitude of benefits
including but not limited to: 1) Special recognition in all publicity
and marketing for the event 2) Prominent position on the TOD
Marketplace website 3) Preferred signage and booth placement at the
June 2010 Conference and 4) Opportunity to participate in the program
and showcase your TOD project.

Download Sponsorship Package>>

Please contact Ciara Contreras, 213.213.2246 for additional information.


Hotel Valet: 4 hours or less $12.00, 10 hours or less $17.00, and Overnight with in and out privileges $29.00

Parking in Hollywood & Highland: $2.00 for 4 hours or less with
validation (hotel does not validate) and $10.00 all day (no in and out


From Los Angeles Airport:
Head east on Century Boulevard to the
405 North entrance. Take the 405 North to the 10 East. Exit on La Brea
heading north. Take La Brea up to Hollywood Boulevard. Make a right on
Hollywood Boulevard. Make a left on Highland; the Hotel will be on your

From Universal City:
Take the 101 Freeway South. Exit on
Highland South (a one way street). Continue for less than a mile and
the hotel will be on the right.

From Union Station:
Take the Metro Red Line 802 from Civic
Center Station at the North Hollywood Station. Arrive Hollywood /
Highland Station and walk to 1755 N Highland Ave.

Public Transportation metro

Metro provides Metro Bus and Metro Rail transportation to the TOD
Summit. For more information about planning your trip to the Summit
please visit the Metro trip planner at or call 1-(800) COMMUTE or (323) Go Metro.

Program Sponsors

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