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  • Symposium: “Does Land Use Matter?”

    02/21/2015

    PCL/PCL Foundation 2015 Symposium:

    “Does Land Use Matter?
    Developing an Agenda for Jerry Brown’s Final 4 Years”

    Register early and save: Discounts are available to those who register for the Symposium by January 16th, 2015.

    The event theme will be “Does Land Use Matter?” focusing on how land use simultaneously affects the environment, the economy, public health, quality of life, and social justice.

    The Symposium will bring together about 250 of California’s environmental, business, community, agency and elected leaders to explore land use policy implications in a wide range of areas, including the new impacts of Cap & Trade funding on housing, transportation, and disadvantaged communities.

    Register online here

    For further information or questions on attending the Symposium, please contact Meredith Mitchell at mmitchell@pcl.org or (916) 822-5636.

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  • Live Ride Share: A Shared-Use Mobility Conference

    02/23/2015

    Join us for the first-ever shared-use mobility conference about Southern California!

    Live • Ride • Share: SoCal’s Emerging Mobility Marketplace
    February 23, 2015

    Brought to you by:
    Natural Resources Defense Council
    Move LA
    Shared-Use Mobility Center
    TransitCenter
    pointC
    FAST (Fixing Angelenos Stuck in Traffic)
    Urban Land Institute – Los Angeles

    Visit the Live Ride Share website

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  • California Transportation Choices Summit 2015: A Year of Action

    04/27/2015

    Meet activists from around the state, hear from inspiring leader Manuel Pastor, and build powerful networks for a greener, more equitable California! Hosted by TransForm, the summit will include topics such as: Health and equity, accessibility, reforming CalTrans, greenhouse-gas-reduction funds, complete streets, and affordable housing.

    Stay longer:
    – The previous day (4/26) you can take a tour of Sacramento’s transportation system.
    – The following day(4/28) is Advocacy Day: stay to visit state legislators and the governor’s office along with fellow advocates.

    Propose a session by February 6.

    Travel grants available: apply by February 24.

    Register and find more information here.

     

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