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Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Infrastructure State of Good Repair & Asset Management

11:15 AM - 02:00 PM Pacific Standard Time



Join WTS-LA on June 21 to find out how transportation agencies will prioritize that need to keep our infrastructure safe and sound.

June 21st Panel Discussion

Fran Inman
Vice-Chair, California Transportation Commission  

Gregory Kildare
Chief Officer, Risk, Safety, & Asset Management, Metro  

Roderick Diaz
Director of Planning and Development, SCRRA

People love new infrastructure: A new bridge. A new highway. A new rail line. All provide great optics for ribbon-cuttings and speeches. But keeping existing infrastructure in a state of good repair is equally important, in some cases more so. Yet existing infrastructure often gets little attention and less funding. WTS-LA knows that's wrong. And so do many transportation agencies in Southern California. That's why they work tirelessly to put their money where their existing infrastructure is, in addition to developing new projects. And on June 21 in an afternoon panel discussion, WTS-LA welcomes key transportation players that are fighting the good fight to keep Southern California infrastructure in a state of good repair.

Maintenance and repair may not make for good optics. But those projects are essential to improving mobility in Southern California. And there is no shortage of need when it comes to infrastructure repair. Join WTS-LA on June 21 to find out how transportation agencies will prioritize that need to keep our infrastructure safe and sound.

Wednesday, June 21
Registration: 11:15 a.m.
Lunch: 12:00 - 1:30 p.m.

Millennium Biltmore Hotel
Emerald Ballroom
506 South Grand Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90071

Registration

WTS-LA Members: $65
Non-Member: $95 (Not a Member? JOIN NOW)
Student and Public Sector: $50
Table of Eight: $600
Public Sector Table of Eight: $400
Late Registration Fee: Additional $20 

You may register and make payment online here.

Valet parking is $22 at the hotel with validation. Self-parking is also available at Pershing Square for $10. The Millennium Biltmore Hotel is two blocks from Metro Red/Purple Line stop at Pershing Square Station and is accessible by DASH B.

We are no longer accepting cash or mail-in checks. The preferred payment method is through Eventbrite upon registration. Alternatively, on the day of the event, we accept most major credit cards and checks at the door. Payment must be received before entry to the event. A limited number of late registrations will be available. A $20 late registration fee will be applied.

Cancellations must be made prior to Friday, June 16 at 5 p.m. to receive a full refund. For more information about this event or WTS-LA, visit our website.


Event Contact
Darlene Gonzalez 
wtslosangeles@gmail.com
(310) 844-0848

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