During the Summit, conference attendees learned about concepts being proposed to overcome critical transportation issues, including: harnessing the power of new technology; alternative project delivery; mileage-based user fees; tolling and enhanced transit systems. OCBC President and CEO Lucy Dunn moderated the panel on Mileage-Based User Fees, discussing the inefficiency of the Gas Tax to cover the state’s infrastructure costs and user fees as a method to improve transportation funding.
Mobility 21 presented awards to several transportation leaders for their efforts to keep the region moving:
Lifetime Achievement Award: Hon. Henry A. Waxman, Representative, U.S. House of Representatives
Public Sector Leader of the Year: Hon. Dianne Feinstein, Senator, U.S Senate
Public Sector Leader of the Year: Hon. Tom Daly, Assemblymember, California State Assembly
Private Sector Leader of the Year: Hon. Richard Katz, Principal, Richard Katz Consulting, Inc.
Outstanding Service Award: Marnie O’Brien Primmer, Director of Strategic Business Development, Transpo Group
CLICK HERE for more information on user fees. CLICK HERE to view an infographic depicting the “Realities of Traffic Congestion and our Transportation Infrastructure. For more information, contact Bryan Starr, Senior Vice President, Government Affairs.
For more information, contact Bryan Starr, Senior Vice President, Government Affairs.