Los Angeles California (PRWEB) March 24, 2016
For the second time in California history April 4-5, 2016, Los Angeles Sustainability Coalition and The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) presents the 2016 Sustainable Infrastructures, Next Generation Forum and Tours and The 2016 Los Angeles Sustainability Awards Dinner at the City Club.
Transportation experts from across the nation and state wide public agencies are participating at the 2016 Forum. The National Speakers have confirmed. Michael Melaniphy President & Chief Executive Officer of American Public Transportation Association (APTA), He is the Keynote Speaker for the 2016 Los Angeles Sustainability Awards Dinner and the National Speaker is Duane Calendar, Director of The Transportation Infrastructure Finance & Innovation ACT (TIFIA).
The 2016 LA Summit has over thirty transit executives speaking and seven are CEO’s of California Largest Transit Agencies. For the first time in Los Angeles history we will have California Key Transit Leaders in one location to present the California Transportation’s future direction. The event will feature sustainability executives, government officials, and industry leaders who will provide valuable insight on best practices, innovative solutions, and strategies utilized to achieve their sustainability goals.
The 2016 LA Summit also features four Metro Sustainability Tours, LA Councilman Curren Price’s New 9th District Tour and LA-Hollywood Luxury Night Tour, where you are treated like a Star!
April 4, 2016 LA Hotel Downtown; LASC present CRRC’s VIP Reception. The Awesome Event!
April 5, City Club; 2016 Los Angeles Sustainability Awards Dinner. Presenting 2016 Sustainability Awards to the Mayor Eric Garcetti, Los Angeles Supervisors, Dr Mark Ridley-Thomas, Sheila Kuehl, Hilda Solis, Michael Antonovich, and Don Knabe.
LASC will also present awards to Metro, California High Speed, Port Of Long Beach, OCTA, Metrolink , LA World Airports, Transportation Corridor Agencies, American Public Transportation Association and Caltrans.
To learn more about the 2016 Sustainable Infrastructures, Next Generation Forum and Tours and The 2016 Los Angeles Sustainability Awards Dinner at the City Club or to register for the event, visit http://www.lasustainabilitycoalition.org.
Transportation is, of course, an extraordinarily important component of sustainable infrastructure and we will hear from leaders in this field as well as have the opportunity to visit some of the prime examples of sustainable infrastructure development. The benefits sustainable development are many and can include reduced infrastructure operating costs, increased quality, energy conservation and minimizing waste Responsible design needs to balance social and economic and environmental issues.
“The Los Angeles Sustainability Coalition is proud to present a forum that addresses the next generation of transportation,” said Dr. Sherman Gay, Event Chairman and Senior Advisor of Public Connections. “The sustainability efforts of the featured agency leaders are essential to attaining an economic, environmental, and socially sustainable transportation industry.”