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Forward Motion, Sept. 2013

Summit Sponsorship and Registration Deadline Fast-Approaching With the Mobility 21 Summit almost a month away, don’t miss out on these great opportunities to get noticed at California’s largest one-day transportation event. Sponsor the Summit: Join more than 90 businesses in supporting Mobility 21’s mission to bring increased investment in transportation home to Southern California. The […]

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Forward Motion, Aug. 2013

Mobility 21 Announces Summit Award Winners For the past 12 years, Mobility 21 has recognized leaders in the transportation industry for their tremendous contributions to the mobility of Southern California. Mobility 21 is proud to announce the 2013 award winners whom will be recognized at a luncheon ceremony during the Summit on Tuesday, Oct. 29 […]

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Forward Motion, July 2013

Mobility 21 Summit Goes Mobile Check out Mobility 21’s new Summit mobile website for this year’s conference on Tuesday, Oct. 29 at the JW Marriott at L.A. Live! Get the latest conference updates Learn more about Summit speakers Connect with fellow conference attendees See who’s sponsoring Reserve a hotel room at the special Mobility 21 rate Get […]

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11 Rules for Transportation Ballot Initiative Success

Last month, I joined more than 100 transportation professionals from across the country at the Center for Transportation Excellence’s conference in Atlanta. The topic of the conversation: how to garner support for transportation sales tax initiatives. Check out the 11 tips I learned at the conference that will help make any campaign a success. Search […]

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Forward Motion, June 2013

It’s Official: Senate Confirms Anthony Foxx As Next Transportation Secretary In a unanimous vote yesterday, Anthony R. Foxx was confirmed by the Senate to serve as the next U.S. Department of Transportation Secretary. Serving as Mayor of Charlotte, N.C. since 2009, Foxx helped lead the way on several transportation initiatives in the city, including a […]

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Mobility 21 Applauds Regional Leaders Appointed to National Freight Advisory Committee

Mobility 21, Southern California’s transportation advocacy coalition, touts inclusion of regional transportation leaders chosen to serve on committee aimed at improving national freight network. IRVINE, Calif. – U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood announced the members of the National Freight Advisory Committee, including several Southern California leaders. Assemblymember Bonnie Lowenthal, Port of Hueneme Executive Director Kristin […]

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Forward Motion, May 2013

More than 43 percent of the nation’s imports enter the Ports of Long Beach, Los Angeles, Hueneme and San Diego — creating jobs, income and tax revenue in all 50 states. BREAKING: Mobility 21’s Kristin Decas and Fran Inman to Serve on National Freight Advisory Committee Today U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood announced the members […]

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Forward Motion, April 2013

Charlotte, N.C. Mayor Foxx Tapped To Be Next U.S. DOT Secretary Yesterday President Obama announced his nomination of Anthony R. Foxx to replace outgoing U.S. Department of Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood. Serving as Mayor of Charlotte, N.C. since 2009, Foxx helped lead the way on several transportation initiatives in the city, including a streetcar project, […]

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Playing ‘Mad Libs’ on Infrastructure

Guest blog post by Janet Kavinoky, Vice President, Americans for Transportation Mobility Coalition and Executive Director, Transportation & Infrastructure, U.S. Chamber of Commerce POLITICO and a few Members of Congress raised doubts as to whether America’s infrastructure is truly “crumbling.” The implication from the article: things aren’t as bad as some “politicians and pundits” make them out to […]

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