The West Coast Corridor Coalition proudly presents this timely conference on climate policy and west coast transportation and invites your active participation. We have assembled an impressive roster of speakers and panel participants to address today’s hottest topics, and packed an incredible amount of information into a condensed two-day program.
Who Should Attend
Government officials, industry executives, and advocates involved with the implementation of transportation, energy and climate policy on the West Coast.
Why You Should Attend
This conference brings together leading federal and state policy makers and regulators, utilities, automakers, alternative fuel advocates, environmental organizations and key legislators to address climate policies and regulations regarding transportation and the implementation of measures on the West Coast to meet those goals and regulations.
Thursday, September 16, 2010 8:00 AM –
Friday, September 17, 2010 5:00 PM (Pacific Time)
Stanford University, McCaw Hall
Palo Alto, California
A Word About the West Coast Corridor Coalition
The WCCC is comprised of public and private transportation related organizations on the west coast, including state DOTs, MPOs, ports, railroads, trucking interests and others concerned with improving mobility in a clean, green and smart manner. The West Coast Corridor Coalition (WCCC) advocates collaborative solutions to transportation system challenges on the West Coast Corridor.
WCCC members represent the states of Alaska, California, Oregon and Washington.