Transportation

November 7, 2011

Future Ports Conference: Engaging in the Expansion of the 710 Freeway

Goods reaching the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach must reach their destinations across the US, and this creates intense trucking traffic along the I-710 corridor. Jerry Wood of the Gateway Cities Council of Governments describes how local government and community groups have engaged in the planning process for an upgrade to that transportation infrastructure.

November 7, 2011

SoCal’s Air Quality & Transportation: “We Need to Bring Down the Silo Walls”

Air pollution is recognized as a negative externality resulting from California's transportation infrastructure. But with limited fiscal capacity, how can the state enact the structural changes necessary for protecting the air while improving mobility? Panelists at the Air Quality and Transportation Regional Conference in Los Angeles discuss how to bring leaders to the table to solve this issue.

November 4, 2011

Millennium Project Will Reanimate Hollywood & Vine

Philip Aarons tells us about the Capitol Records Tower development at Hollywood and Vine by his firm, Millennium Partners. How can a developers push density in Los Angeles? What's exciting about urbanism in Hollywood?

December 5, 2019

The Role for Roads: TCA's Historic 241/91 Collaboration to Improve Inland Empire/Orange County Regional Mobility

TCA's Mike Kraman, Kit Cole, and Tom Soto discuss issues of congestion pricing and mobility with respect to their endeavors in the Southern California region.

October 17, 2019

Laura Cornejo: Seasoned Transit Planner & Pasadena's New Transportation Director

Laura Cornejo offers her insights into the challenges of the new mobility paradigm and what it takes to generate bottom-up community support for density.

June 10, 2019

Charlie Hales, Former Mayor of Portland, on Cities' Role in Managing Urban Mobility

Former Portland Mayor Charlie Hales highlights how cities can use new technology and transportation as valuable tools for urban placemaking.

May 14, 2019

OPR Director Kate Gordon on Managing California’s Utilities, Wildfires, Housing & Transportation Planning

Gov. Newsom's Director of the Office of Planning & Research, Kate Gordon, presents her office’s extensive responsibilities and initiatives addressing resilience and sustainability.

November 20, 2018

Getting London Ready for the Transition to Connected, Automated and Shared Transportation

Transport for London’s Transport Innovation Director Michael Hurwitz illuminates a successful approach to fostering a "sandbox" for new mobility platforms that equitably serve the city.

November 5, 2018

Accelerating Seamless Urban Mobility Technologies & Services: Transdev CEO Yann Leriche

In advance of speaking at LA CoMotion in Downtown LA next week, Leriche provides an update to the public-private partnerships that Transdev is successfully implementing with LA Metro, in Detroit, Nassau County, and New Orleans.

October 23, 2018

USC Offers Portfolio of Mobility Options for Students, Faculty, & Staff

USC Director of Transportation Tony Mazza and Assistant Director Shawn Chavira shed light on USC's investments in new mobility options.

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