Blog

Welcome to the new Mobility 21

This year marks Mobility 21’s tenth annual transportation Summit — a decade of bringing together the best hearts and minds in transportation to create strategies to address the transportation challenges we face each year. In honor of our diamond anniversary and this year’s Summit theme Transportation NEXT: New Era, New Vision, New Realities, we thought […]

read more

Sound off about transportation

Now more than ever, Mobility 21 Coalition members must speak up for transportation. Have you had to lay off workers? Been laid off? Had a contract or P.O. delayed? Had to stop work on an ongoing project? We want to hear about it! Lawmakers need to see and hear from the people impacted by their […]

read more

Forward Motion, March 2011

Mobility 21 honors California Transportation Commissioners During the California Transportation Commission meetings this month in San Diego, Mobility 21, the San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG) and WTS San Diego honored the commissioners for their tireless efforts to keep California moving during an evening reception themed, “Going the Distance: Keeping the Golden State Moving.” “I […]

read more

Forward Motion, Feb. 2011

Mobility 21 to co-host reception for California Transportation Commissioners Join Mobility 21, the San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG) and WTS San Diego for an evening of networking with transportation professionals and elected officials as we honor the California Transportation Commission (CTC) for their dedication to keeping Californians moving, even amidst challenging economic times. $500 […]

read more

Forward Motion, Jan. 2011

Mobility 21 boosts advocacy into high-gear during legislative season Mobility 21 members have already hit the ground running this year with efforts at the local, state and federal levels. Through an active speakers bureau program and several trips to Sacramento and Washington, D.C. planned, Mobility 21 is engaging new Coalition members and forging strong partnerships […]

read more

Forward Motion, Dec. 2010

Happy trails to you: 
Mobility 21’s year in review Whether you’re hitting our region’s roads, railways or bikeways this holiday season, we wish you a warm and safe holiday season. “A heartfelt thank you to everyone who supported Mobility 21 this year, our transportation future depends on you,” said Mobility 21 Executive Director Marnie O’Brien […]

read more

Forward Motion, Nov. 2010

Federal “green” transportation grant awarded to Anaheim Transportation Network This month the Anaheim Transportation Network (ATN) was awarded a $1.7 million federal grant to fund projects that will help create green jobs, promote clean fuels and reduce greenhouse gases. “Service reliability and environmentally conscious solutions are our highest priorities and they go hand-in-hand with making […]

read more

Forward Motion, Oct. 2010

Last day to register for transportation Summit with elected officials and business leaders Nearly 800 transportation practitioners and elected officials will convene on Friday, Oct. 29 at the Disneyland Hotel in Anaheim to discuss the leading transportation issues facing our region. With a program of high-caliber speakers on the agenda, Summit participants will come away with […]

read more

Forward Motion, Sept. 2010

Mobility 21 warns of potential job loss, project delays if state budget impasse continues Mobility 21 issued a statement this week to emphasize the urgency of passing a state budget to keep critical transportation projects moving, eliminate unnecessary taxpayer waste and prevent job loss. At least $2.1 billion ready-to-go transportation projects and at least $9 billion […]

read more

Forward Motion, Aug. 2010

Our voices were heard! Legislation to prevent SR-91 project delays approved With your help, Mobility 21 sent a strong message to legislators urging their immediate action to approve legislation needed to prevent delays on the Riverside County Transportation Commission’s (RCTC) Riverside Freeway (SR-91) Corridor Improvement Project. To date, more than 65 letters from Mobility 21 supporters […]

read more