2011 Mobility 21 Southern California Transportation Summit

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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 […]

Review of Mobility 21 Conference

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(Editor’s note: One of the drawbacks of the timing of things is I have been unable to add anything to the coverage of the Mobility 21 conference that occurred earlier this week.  Leaders from the freight industry, ports, car-lobby and government leaders held a summit on Monday to get together and talk about what they […]

2012: Another Big Year for Motorized Transit in L.A.

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I’m well aware this year we can look forward to all sorts of pedestrian and bike events like Ciclavia. One way to keep tabs on these is to regularly check this blog’s calendar. 2012 in Southern California is also going to be a year studded with numerous motorized transportation related events. Of course the marquee […]

Battle Lines Drawn in High Speed Rail Vote

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Later this week, the plan to build a High Speed Rail line connecting Los Angeles and San Francisco faces a crucial vote in the California legislature.  Governor Jerry Brown asked lawmakers to release $2.7 billion of the $6 billion in bonds passed by California voters in 2008 for High Speed Rail.  Combined with $3.3 billion […]