Eco-Rapid Transit Transportation Summit
November 18, 2015 from 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM
Artesia D.E.S. Portuguese Hall: 11903 Ashworth St., Artesia, CA 90701
8:00 AM – 4:30 PM
10% off for APA members ($90) with code APA2015/ Non-members $10/ Students $25
Gil Penalosa, CEO of 8-80 Cities and creator of Ciclovia in Bogota will be delivering the keynote address: Creating vibrant cities and healthy communities for everyone.
Eco-Rapid Transit, formerly known as the Orangeline Development Authority, is a joint powers authority (JPA) created to pursue development of a transit system that moves as rapidly as possible, uses grade separation as appropriate, and is environmentally friendly and energy efficient.
- Gil Penalosa, CEO, 8-80 Cities
- State Treasurer John Chiang
- State Senator Tony Mendoza
- Therese McMillan, Acting Federal Transit Administrator
- Hasan Ikhrata, Executive Director, SCAG
- Diane DuBois, Metro Board Director
- Ali Saleh, President, Gateway Cities COG
- Phil Washington, CEO, Metro
Parking/Transit Information: The venue is accessible via Metro bus lines.