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TTC Dinner Meeting: Thursday, May 28, 2015
Featured Speaker:

Arthur T. Leahy, Chief Executive Officer, SCRRA

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Transit Coalition Dinner Meeting
Register to Attend: Thursday, May 28, 2015

Metro Gateway Headquarters
1 Gateway Plaza, Los Angeles

Featured Speaker:
Arthur T. Leahy
Chief Executive Officer, SCRRA
Metrolink

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Metrolink Max: The Transit Coalition is campaigning to increase Metrolink service in Southern California. Corridor-based 30-minute service between Chatsworth and Laguna Niguel and Lancaster and San Bernardino, with late night and weekend trips, are attainable with your help. Learn how you can take action!

Metro JEM Line The Transit Coalition is proposing a single rail line between West LA and the San Fernando Valley.

Long Beach-SGV Corridor Rapid Transit: Check out productive transit alternatives for the I-605 freeway corridor connecting the Gateway Cities with the San Gabriel Valley.

Inland Logistics Jobs Smart Growth--Long Beach GRID: Take a look at the GRID Project, a proposed rail-based system for moving freight containers from the ports to Inland Empire logistics job hubs and beyond.

A Better Inland Empire A Better Inland Empire: The Transit Coalition is working to improve transit mobility and get more high-paying marketplace job opportunities in Riverside and San Bernardino Counties to curb long distance commuting combined with additional quality and affordable housing options in existing job hubs. How can we make it happen?


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