2011 Mobility 21 Southern California Transportation Summit

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The Week in Livable Streets Events

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Who says November is a slow month? Monday – The California Bike Summit is meeting at the California Endowment.  It’s not too late to join the fun.  Click here for details. Monday – The Crenshaw Subway Coalition is holding a meeting to update the community on “Phase III” of its plan to force Metro to […]

Boxer, Villaraigosa, Talk to Mobility 21 About Local Infrastructure Crisis

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On Friday, transportation professionals, elected officials, and businesses gathered in Anaheim for the Mobility 21 Summit to discuss strategies to improve transportation and mobility in Southern California. One of the main themes of the event was the region’s failing transportation infrastructure, and fittingly, it took place on the eve of Carmageddon. The full weekend closure […]

Transportation Summit in Pasadena

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One Community- A Grassroots Think Tank, the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) and Parsons-Brinckerhoff will host a timely and important transportation summit to discuss the short-term and long-term transportation goals, challenges and opportunities for the Southern California region. The summit, Transportation 101-Where do we go from Here, will include transportation, political, community and […]

Urban Land Institute: TOD Summit 2011

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ULI Los Angeles is hosting the 2nd Annual TOD Summit to engage public and private sector leaders to discuss pressing transportation and land use challenges and opportunities. Join us in provocative case studies, panel discussions, and tours, and share in our pioneering endeavor to rethink how we plan, fund, and build our future communities. Invited […]

Digital Cities, Smarter Transportation – Conference Highlights

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Yesterday, Streetsblog L.A. attended Digital Cities, Smarter Transportation, a one-day conference on “technology and the future of mobility, cities, and regions” hosted by the UCLA Lewis Center and the UCLA Institute for Transportation Studies.  Here are a few highlights from the proceedings: SFpark San Francisco’s Innovative Parking Pilot:  San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency’s (SFMTA) Alex Demisch presented on […]