Fast Tracking San Diego: A San Diego Transportation Town Hall at SDSU!

Fast Tracking San Diego

Move San Diego, Transportation for America, CALPIRG, Rails-to-Trails Conservancy and
Associated Students of SDSU

A San Diego Transportation Town Hall

August 19th, 2010
San Diego State University
Aztec Center – Council Chambers

RSVP online for this Free Event TODAY via Facebook or by clicking here.

Transportation Reform and San Diego:
A Discussion on How the Next Transportation Bill can Rebuild San Diego’s Economy, Improve Public Health, and Create a 21st Century Transportation Network:

How will the next $500 Billion Federal Transportation Bill affect our local transportation, create jobs, and spur economic growth?

How does improving our built-environment with more walkable and transit-oriented communities impact our tax dollars AND our quality of life?

Come learn what transportation reform means to YOU!

This bill can impact the built environment – the places where you live, work and shop. It can impact how you choose to get moving and whether or not you have to drive a car to get where you are going!

Keynote Speaker:
Honorable Congressman Bob Filner, 51st Congressional District Member of Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure
-The Next Federal Bill: Priorities and Opportunities-

Other Speakers:
-Mike McKeever, AICP, Executive Director – Sacramento Area Council of Governments
-Reed Vickerman, Vice President of Corporate Operations – Amylin Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
-Jim Sallis, Director of Active Living Research – San Diego State University
-Charles Gandy, Mobility Coordinator – City of Long Beach

Be sure to RSVP online today for this cutting-edge Transportation Town Hall!

For more information or questions, please contact Nathan Batchelder at or 619-702-426

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