Mobility 21 Welcome Reception
Join Mobility 21, the Los Angeles local host committee and sponsors for a welcome reception in the Old Ticket Room of the historic Union Station. One of the last great train stations to be built in the United States, Union Station opened in 1939 and features Spanish Colonial Revival architecture. Before the 1950s, the station was the gateway to Los Angeles, connecting with trains from all over the United Sates. True to its Los Angeles roots, the station has been featured in numerous films, including The Way We Were and The Italian Job. Today, Union Station is part of a larger complex that includes the Metro headquarters, Patsaouras Transit Plaza, the Metropolitan Water District and residential apartments. Metro is currently in negotiations with several firms to submit their qualifications in the preparation of a multi-modal facilities and transit oriented development master plans.
Sunday, Oct. 14
LA Union Station – Old Ticket Room
800 N Alameda Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012