Transit Oriented Los Angeles 2016: Planning for Transit
When
Where
October 4, 7:30AM-12:00PM
Japanese American National Museum, Downtown Los Angeles
community



ULI Los Angeles, a District Council of the Urban Land Institute (ULI), presents Transit Oriented Los Angeles 2016: Planning for Transit, on Tuesday, October 4, at the Japanese American National Museum, Downtown Los Angeles. This year’s ToLA event will feature leaders in the transportation, planning and development community offering the latest tools, opportunities and case studies for leveraging transit investment to create vibrant, inclusive and sustainable communities.

 

Speakers include City of Los Angeles Planning Director Vince Bertoni and LA Metro Chief Planning Officer Therese McMillan in a keynote conversation moderated by Christopher Hawthorne, Architecture Critic for the LA Times.

 

“Los Angeles is on the move, from the recent completion of Metro Rail expansions in the San Gabriel Valley and to the beach, to progress on LAX access and the rollout of Bike Share,” said ULI Los Angeles Executive Director Gail Goldberg. “The region is investing in a multi-modal transportation transformation. ToLA offers a chance to learn how the planning and real-estate communities can respond to this infrastructure investment.”


Tuesday, October 4, 2016, 7:30am – noon

Japanese American National Museum, Downtown Los Angeles

100 N Central Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90012

 

To register, visit la.uli.org