Sierra Club Los Angeles Transportation Committee: Presentation on LAWA

Sierra Club Transportation Committee Agenda

Conference Call-in number: 866-501-6174, Code: 1000400#

Jerard Wright and Darrell Clarke: Co-Chairs

1. Welcome and introductions

2. Update on Orange Line Conversion and Repealing Robbins Bill (AB 577) (5 minutes)

• Include in Metro’s Short Range Transportation Plan

3. Presentation by LAWA On LAX Transportation Connections

4. T.O.D report by Charles Adelman

5. Zoning/Planning update by Mike Clark

6. Any announcements and deadlines

• NO MEETING IN JULY, Next Meeting: August 7th

7. Adjournment

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