Feb. 15, 2011 With a unified voice, Mobility 21 will fight to protect federal funding for transportation IRVINE, Calif. – During an advocacy trip to Washington, D.C. this week, Southern California’s leading transportation stakeholders from public and private sectors will join together to fight for transportation funding amidst the latest round of budget cuts. Mobility […]read more
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Southern California Transportation and Business Leaders Fight for Mobility and Jobs in Washington, D.C.
Oct. 28, 2010 Transportation Officials Seek Solutions at Annual Summit Friday’s event brings leaders together to keep Southern California moving during tough economy ANAHEIM, Calif. – Facing a stubborn economy that is taking longer to recover, transportation officials and business leaders are joining forces to highlight that “transportation projects will accelerate much-needed job creation […]read more
Oct. 27, 2010 NEWS ADVISORY Transportation Summit Seeks Solutions to Southern California’s Infrastructure Needs WHAT: Approximately 800 transportation, business and political leaders from throughout Southern California will converge upon the Disneyland Hotel in Anaheim for the ninth annual Southern California Transportation Summit to highlight critical transportation challenges and seek ways to deliver infrastructure solutions to […]read more
Sept. 28, 2010 IRVINE, Calif. – Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger’s signature of Assembly Bill 2098 (AB 2098) and Senate Bill 1371 (SB 1371) helps reduce freeway gridlock and enhances rail safety in Southern California. The passage of AB 2098 (Miller) allows the Riverside County Transportation Commission (RCTC) to accelerate construction on the locally-funded SR-91 Corridor Improvement […]read more
Sept. 23, 2010 IRVINE, Calif. – Mobility 21, Southern California’s transportation coalition, is calling on leaders in Sacramento to immediately pass a state budget to keep major construction projects moving, prevent potential job loss and end unnecessary taxpayer waste. According to Caltrans, at least $2.1 billion in ready-to-go transportation improvements will be stalled and at […]read more