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UCLA Law Conference on Saving Public Transit

The UCLA Law School is hosting a one-day conference on “Saving Public Transit: Strategies for an Era of Shrinking Budgets.”  Speakers will cover topics such as transit finance, land use planning for transit, and new transit technologies.  You can access the agenda and registration here:

http://law.ucla.edu/centers-programs/environmental-law/Pages/SAVING-PUBLIC-TRANSIT-Strategies-for-an-Era-of-Shrinking-Budgets.aspxSaving Public Transit: Strategies for an Era of Shrinking Budgets

Public transit in California and the nation—including the shuttles, buses, and passenger rail that serve our communities—has been battered by recession and dwindling public sector budgets. At the same time, ridership in many areas has spiked. This free conference at UCLA Law (co-sponsored by Berkeley Law) will highlight the challenges facing transit and explore solutions to overcome them and develop a world-class transit system. Art Leahy, Chief Executive Officer of the Los Angeles Metro, will be the keynote speaker. Simulcast is available with registration. Attorneys attending the live event can earn 4.25 hours of MCLE credit.

By |October 19th, 2012|Categories: Uncategorized|