Infrastructure

September 13, 2017

California Leads on Climate Action: Cap-and-Trade Extension & VW Settlement Funding

CARB Chair Mary Nichols explains the potential impact of the Volkswagen settlement for electric transportation, and comments on California's international partnerships.

August 23, 2017

Update on California Water Fix: MWD Board to Vote in September

MWD General Manager Jeff Kightlinger discusses the need for an updated, reliable water conveyance system for Southern California, as well as multi-state and multi-national work around the Colorado River watershed.

August 23, 2017

Will There Be a Water Bond on the 2018 California Ballot?

Jerry Meral, former director of the Planning and Conservation League, joins Brian Jordan of civil engineering firm Tetra Tech to talk about the four potential water bonds California voters could face in 2018.

June 28, 2017

Modernizing LAX & Planning Los Angeles

Sean Burton, president of the Board of Airport Commissioners and CEO of CityView, explains the complete transformation slated for LAX.

May 7, 2017

New LA County Public Works Director Focused on a 21st Century Infrastructure

Mark Pestrella joins TPR to discuss how LA County Public Works is addressing funding and implementing climate-resilient stormwater infrastructure.

May 7, 2017

'One Water LA' Update: Region's Progress On Building A Resilient Water Supply

Regional water leaders discuss the the One Water LA Plan, forthcoming in July, and a VerdeXchange-sponsored water charrette scheduled for June.

April 3, 2017

A Federal Point of View on California’s Infrastructure Investment Package

Rep. Blumenauer offers exclusive comments on California's landmark road and transportation funding package.

March 1, 2017

DTLA’s Angels Flight To Reopen By Labor Day Thanks To Historic P3

DTLA's Angels Flight will reopen by Labor Day in a public-private partnership. Read remarks by José Huizar, Adele Yellin, Nuria Haltiwanger, and Geoffrey Yarema.

February 28, 2017

Gov. Brown Prioritizes California’s Water and Transportation Infrastructure Spending

At a recent press conference, Governor Brown said that Californians need to "belly up to the bar and start spending money" to fund resilient, climate-smart water, transportation, and energy infrastructure.

February 27, 2017

The Transformative Prospects Of An LA 2024 Olympics

As LA seeks to host its third Olympic Games in 2024, VerdeXchange and Urban Land Institute convened the champions of the bid at VX2017/ULI's FutureBuild.

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