ULI Los Angeles, a District Council of the Urban Land Institute (ULI), presents Transit Oriented Los Angeles 2018: Upward
ULI Los Angeles, a District Council of the Urban Land Institute (ULI), presents Transit Oriented Los Angeles 2018: Upward Mobility – Pathways to Inclusive Transit Neighborhoods. The annual, interactive event is Thursday, November 8, 7:30-noon at Japanese American National Museum, 100 N Central Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90012-3911.
Event Highlights and Speakers
Unveiling UCLA Research
The new report from the UCLA Lewis Center for Regional Policy Studies reveals the opportunities and constraints around transit-oriented development – particularly its impact on housing variety and healthy amenities – in a diverse set of Los Angeles county neighborhoods.
- Paavo Monkkonen, Associate Professor, UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs
Panel 1: Leading Voices: Balancing the Impacts of Transit Investments
Framed by the UCLA findings, public-sector leaders discuss reshaping their communities and maximizing equitable outcomes.
- Cecilia Estolano, Estolano LeSar Advisors (Moderator)
- Vince Bertoni, Planning Director, City of Los Angeles
- Richard Rojas, Director of Community Development, City of Compton
- Hon. Thomas Small, Mayor, City of Culver City
- Hon. Terry Tornek, Mayor, City of Pasadena
Keynote: Hon. Sheila Kuehl, Chair, Los Angeles County Board of Supervisor; Chair, LA Metro Board of Directors
Panel #2: The Power of Positive Development
Public, private and non-profit leaders, national experts and advocates discuss reshaping communities to maximize equitable outcomes.
- Jenna Hornstock, Executive Officer, LA Metro (Moderator)
- Brad Cox, Senior Managing Director, Trammell Crow Company
- Calvin Gladney, President and CEO, Smart Growth America
- Kim McCay, Executive Vice President, BRIDGE Housing
- Cynthia Strathmann, Executive Director, Strategic Actions for a Just Economy (SAJE)
Closing Keynote: Reframing the Conversation about Community Change
Becky Margiotta of The Billions Institute, an expert in social change and change management, offers language and strategies to re-shape public discourse and unleash the power of city-building.
Private: $90, / $120 for non-ULI members
Public, nonprofit, under 35: $80 / $110 non-members
Student: $70 / $95 non-members
The Japanese National American Museum100 N Central Avenue
(Thursday) 7:30 am - 12:00 pm
The Japanese National American Museum
100 N Central Avenue