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TTC Dinner Meeting: Thursday, May 8, 2014
Featured Speaker: David Yale, DEO, Metro

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Thank You for Your Support! Thank you for your support throughout the fundraising drive. Because of your much-appreciated donations totaling $4,160 throughout the campaign, we will be able to continue bringing this eNewsletter to your mailboxes throughout 2014 and inform you of the latest transportation developments. However, our organization has a great deal of work ahead, to which we ask that you help us reach our goals and that of rail and bus passengers in Southern California. Please don't hesitate to make a contribution so that we can increase public transportation through various exciting opportunities coming in 2014. Once again, thank you for your continued support.

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Upcoming Meetings

Transit Coalition Dinner Meeting -- Thursday, May 8, 2014, 6:05 p.m.

Metro Gateway Headquarters
1 Gateway Plaza, Los Angeles

Featured Speaker:
David Yale
DEO
Metro

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Metrolink MAX
The Transit Coalition is campaigning to increase Metrolink service in LA County. 30-minute service between Chatsworth and Laguna Niguel, with late night and weekend trips, are attainable with your help. Learn how you can take action!

The Transit Coalition is proposing a single rail line between the Westside and the San Fernando Valley, as well as a rail line connecting the Gateway Cities with the San Gabriel Valley. Also, take a look at the GRID Project, a proposed rail-based system for moving freight containers from the ports to inland distribution centers and beyond.

A Better Inland Empire The Transit Coalition works to curb the uncontrolled suburban sprawl and auto-centric planning of Riverside County by advocating for smart growth projects, mixed-use zoning, and better bus and train service throughout the county. How can we make it happen?

The Transit Coalition In The News

I-5 widening project will connect L.A. to Orange County in a bigger way -- News Article in San Gabriel Valley Tribune by Steve Scauzillo, December 7, 2013

10 and 110 freeway pay lanes: A tale of two commuters -- News Article in San Gabriel Valley Tribune by Steve Scauzillo, July 26, 2013

Transit supporters back lower threshold for sales tax measures -- News Article from KPCC by Corey Moore, January 31, 2013

MTA presenting options for easing traffic crush in Sepulveda Pass -- News Article in Los Angeles Daily News by Christina Villacorte, December 31, 2012

Also see our other appearances in print/blogs and TV/radio.


Agency Links Features Get In Touch
For transit users who need travel information or customer service, please visit the following agencies:

  • Los Angeles County Metro
  • Metrolink
  • Amtrak
  • LADOT
  • Santa Monica Big Blue Bus
  • Long Beach Transit
  • Orange County Trns. Auth.
  • San Bernardino Omnitrans
  • Riverside Transit Agency
  • Ventura County Tr. Comm.
  • National Train Day 2013 The Transit Coalition at National Train Day 2013
    May 11, 2013

    Metrolink Express Metrolink Debuts Express Service
    May 9, 2011

    National Train Day 2011 The Transit Coalition at National Train Day 2011
    May 7, 2011

    CicLAvia April 2011 Expo Line Safety Event
    April 2011

    CicLAvia April 2011 CicLAvia
    April 10, 2011

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