Transforming Transportation in California and Los Angeles
The council’s final meeting of the year will feature transportation experts Jeanie Ward-Waller and Ryan Wiggins. Ward-Waller, a deputy director at the California Department of Transportation, will discuss two of the agency's planning efforts: California Transportation Plan 2050 and the Interregional Transportation Strategic Plan. Wiggins, of Metro’s Office of Extraordinary Innovation, will engage members on the agency's Traffic Reduction Study, which examines congestion pricing as a tool to manage road demand. Both will provide an overview of efforts as well as their importance for the business community.
Wednesday, Nov. 3 10:00 - 11:30 a.m.
Via Zoom Advance registration required
Jeanie Ward-Waller Deputy Director, Planning and Modal Programs California Department of Transportation
Ryan Wiggins Senior Manager, Office of Extraordinary Innovation Metro
The Transportation & Goods Movement Council addresses all issues related to our region’s mobility - highway, rail, air and transit. The Council advocates on federal, state and local issues and champions positions that will provide system-wide, regional solutions. The Council highlights the importance of transportation and goods movement to the region and nation’s economy, while encouraging balanced and sustainable communities.
All Council meetings are open to Chamber members only. Media and guests are only allowed with prior approval.