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L.A. Fast Track – The Outlook for Downtown’s Growth

L.A. Fast Track – The Outlook for Downtown’s Growth

And the Future of Transit

WHAT:                    The Central City Association of Los Angeles (CCA), L.A.’s premier business advocacy organization, is hosting a half-day summit -- LA Fast Track -- on the growth of Downtown Los Angeles and what it means for transportation in and around the city. The event will bring together policy makers, developers, economists, property owners, planners, engineers, and architects to discuss Downtown in the coming decades and how our transportation system can respond. Transportation challenges are being met through innovation and the summit will

explore the best ideas being pursued on an international level.

WHO:                       Mayor Eric Garcetti, Key Note address

David Plouffe, Senior Vice President, Policy and Strategy, Uber

Art Leahy CEO, Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Agency  

Christopher Thornberg, Founding Partner, Beacon Economics

Seleta Reynolds, General Manager LA Department of Transportation

Bert Dezzutti, Executive Vice President, Western Region, Brookfield

Bruce Baltin, Senior Vice President, PKF Consulting

Paul N. Keller, Founding Principal & CEO, Mack Urban

WHEN:                    Thursday, February 19, 2015

7:30am – Registration / Showcase

8:30am – 1:30pm Summit Speaking Program
WHERE:                  The L.A. Hotel Downtown (3rd & Figueroa)

333 South Figueroa Street, Los Angeles, CA 90071

(213) 617-1133

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