GreenTRIP Program Director Ann Cheng will give a presentation entitled "Certifying the transportation benefits of green development: A case study from the GreenTRIP program"
The UCLA Lake Arrowhead Symposium on the Transportation-Land Use-Environment Connection is an annual invitation-only retreat attended by 125 planners, policy-makers, senior policy analysts, business executives, elected officials, and university faculty from around the country. The symposium was founded as a retreat where cross-cutting planning and policy ideas spanning land use, transportation, and the environment could be discussed among a diverse group of public officials, practitioners, and experts. Speakers and attendees tell us that the opportunity for ample discussion among the attendees, both within the program and at group meals and during ample breaks, differentiate The Arrowhead Symposium from other events they’ve attended. This event is produced by the UCLA Lewis Center for Regional Policy Studies and the UCLA Institute of Transportation Studies.
More information is available online: http://uclaarrowheadsymposium.org/