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Forward Motion, June/July 2011

Largest Transportation Conference in California Spotlights Former Gov. Ed Rendell of Pennsylvania Long-time advocate for federal infrastructure investment will address Southern California’s leaders Sept. 6 in Los Angeles Former Pennsylvania Governor Edward Rendell will keynote Mobility 21’s 10th annual Southern California Transportation Summit — a conference for transportation and business leaders to find solutions to the […]

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Carmageddon is coming! Full closure of I-405 July 16-17

You’ve probably heard by now that “Carmageddon” is coming. Next month, a stretch of the I-405 in the Sepulveda Pass will be closed for the July 16-17 weekend. Check out the below information from Metro’s website and avoid the area! ––––––––––––– Get the Countdown Creator Pro widget and many other great free widgets at Widgetbox! […]

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Forward Motion, May 2011

Summit Sponsorships Selling Quickly! Don’t miss out on this unique marketing opportunity for your business while helping to bring more transportation funding to Southern California. Check out the Mobility 21 website to see a list of sponsors already signed up to support this year’s Summit. Will your business be left behind? View the sponsorship packages. Calling […]

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Can Technology Help Relieve Traffic in Southern California?

I’ve been struck recently by the ways in which technology can help us do more with less. At this year’s Summit we’ll have a breakout session that will be geared to this phenomenon as it applies to transportation. How can technology help us get more throughput from our highways, how will a new “smart grid” […]

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Why Transportation Investment Doesn’t Always Mean Raising Taxes

In the past couple weeks I’ve been speaking to folks about the need to invest in our infrastructure. I think that’s pretty straight forward: you put money and effort (i.e. man hours) into fixing and expanding the infrastructure we need to move about the region, and there should be: a) improved traffic flow b) better […]

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Forward Motion, April 2011

Summit sponsorships now open! In honor of our diamond anniversary and this year’s Summit theme Transportation NEXT: New Era, New Vision, New Realities, we are gearing up to host the largest annual transportation conference in California with an action-packed day of breakouts, provocative presentations and the biggest Expo ever. With record attendance last year, nearly 900 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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