Conference on Saving Public Transit, Friday November 2nd at UCLA Law (Simulcast Available)

Please join us on Friday, November 2nd, for a free (with registration) conference on strategies to save public transit during a time of shrinking budgets.  The conference will feature experts on transit finance, real estate development around transit, and new technologies that may revolutionize transit in the coming years. Art Leahy, Chief Executive Officer of the Los Angeles Metro, will keynote.

The event will be held at UCLA Law, with simulcast available, and is co-sponsored by Berkeley Law as part of the Climate Change and Business Research Initiative. Attorneys attending the live event can earn 4.25 hours of MCLE credit. You can access the agenda and registration page here.

In the coming weeks, I’ll post new policy videos we’re developing on transit topics to be discussed at the conference.  In the meantime, I’m re-posting this video on local government policies to bolster transit from last year’s Local, Clean & Green conference, featuring this year’s conference speaker Stuart Cohen of TransFormRegister now to save your spot on November 2nd!


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Ethan Elkind is the Director of the Climate Change and Business Program, with a joint appointment at UC Berkeley School of Law and UCLA School of Law. In this capacity, h…

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