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California Sustainable Transportation Funding WorkshopSponsored by the Mileage-Based User Fee Alliance (MBUFA)

3:08 PM PDT on September 26, 2014

Hosted by Caltrans and SCAG

Click Here for Free Registration

 Tuesday, October 7

Embassy Suites, "Emerald Salon" Conference Room

800 Central Ave, Glendale, CA 91203

(818) 550-0828


12:30 pm                  Refreshments/Mingle

1:00 pm                   Welcome

Malcolm Dougherty, California Department of Transportation

Introductions/MBUFA Background

Barbara Rohde, MBUFA

1:10 pm                   The Federal & California Financial Cliff

Jack Basso, MBUFA

Steven Keck, California Department of Transportation

The Importance of Transportation Infrastructure: 

Enhancing California's Economy

Nick Vyas, University of Southern California Marshall School of Business, Global Supply Chain Management Program

2:00 pm                    MBUF 101

Adrian Moore, The Reason Foundation

What Are Other States Doing to Move the Cliff?

Barbara Rohde, MBUFA

The Oregon Model

James Whitty, Oregon Department of Transportation

3:15 pm                   State & Local MBUF Efforts

Lucy Dunn, California Transportation Commission

Norma Ortega, California Department of Transportation

Hasan Ikhrata, Southern California Association of Governments

Eric Thronson, California State Senate Transportation and Housing Committee

Q&A Session

4:15 pm                   Wrap Up and Closing Remarks

Jack Basso, MBUFA

4:30 - 5:30 pm            Reception

Please   Register by Clicking Here

MBUFA would like to thank our Education Series Sponsors for their efforts and continued support:


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