UCLA Extension presents a two-day conference titled "Transportation Planning Strategies to Serve California’s People, Enhance its Prosperity, and Protect its Resources" on Thurs. and Fri., June 21 and 22 at the Hilton Universal City & Towers, Los Angeles.
The conference will examine the issues that will shape transportation planning for the next 20 years. Topics include demographic trends, economic and technological changes, and environment and sustainability issues, as well as financial resources to meet long-term infrastructure requirements.
The conference is part of a series designed to support the long-range statewide transportation plan currently underway, as well as many regional transportation planning efforts. The conference will engage policy-makers, planners, community leaders, and different stakeholder groups in analyzing strategies for addressing critical transportation issues that will affect the state for decades to come.
The fee is $135. For more information, please call (310) 825-7885 or visit www.uclaextension.org/transfutures.