|Los Angeles Major Antonio Villaraigosa Will Speak at the 3rd Annual TOD Summit
Registrations Rapidly Filling Up
Thursday, June 7, 2012
7:30 am – 1:00 pm
Optional Tours After the Program
USC Campus – Ronald Tutor Campus Center
Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa has just announced he will attend the 3rd annual TOD Summit by ULI Los Angeles, June 7 at USC. TOD Summit 2012 will unveil compelling information about how Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) is now the most effective revitalization tool in Southern California. The event is a must-attend for all those interested in development opportunities related to mass transportation in Los Angeles. Registrations are filling-up quickly.
Among the evidence presented at the TOD Summit will be new data on developments expanding around the Red Line and new Expo Line from Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA). There will also be news about how Measure R, which provides Los Angeles County with $40 billion in critical transit and highway funding, is transforming our communities with jobs and connectivity.
Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa will address programs that have the support of his office. These may include:
- Transportation progress at the proposed Farmer’s Field NFL Stadium
- The Union Station Master Plan
- The LADOT Carshare program
- The Bikeshare program supported by Bike Nation
- The My Figueroa revitalization and streetscaping plans for Figueroa Boulevard
- MTA TOD Station Area Plan Grants
- Cornfield / Arroyo Seco Specific Plan (along the Gold Line)
- West Adams Community Plan (along the Expo Line)
- Project RENEW / South LA Community Plan (along the Blue Line)
- Measure R Extension (working with Sacramento for Nov 2012 ballot inclusion)
TOD Summit 2012 – “Staying on Track and Moving Forward” – will also include:
- Arthur Leahy, Chief Executive Officer, MTA, on the opening on the Expo Line and on the dramatic growth surrounding the transit lines throughout LA County.
- Frank Giblin, Director of Urban Development, U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) on the critical mass of federal workplaces in relation to transportation and other sustainability indicators.
- Brian P. Kelly, Acting Secretary, State of California Business, Transportation & Housing Agency on State support for the major expansion and strengthening of Southern California’s transportation system and the important role of TOD.
- Kristina E. Raspe, Vice President, Real Estate Development and Asset Management, University of Southern California, on new development and investment at USC focused on the new Expo Line.
Private $50 $70
Public $40 $60
Young Leader $40 $70
Student $30 $ 40
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