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The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans), in partnership with the Institute of Transportation Studies
at University of California, Berkeley present the:
2017 California Transportation Planning Conference, Partnering for Sustainable Transportation:
Meeting the Challenge Now and Into the Future.

Click here to visit the conference website and register. 
 

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Friday, May 5 • 1:00pm - 4:00pm
Field Trip - Alameda County Transportation Commission - Port of Oakland LIMITED

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Limited Capacity seats available

A bus will pick up attendees at the Walnut Creek Marriott Hotel at 12:45 pm. Attendees will arrive at the Port of Oakland for an interactive tour led by the Port’s Director of Governmental Affairs. Attendees will arrive back at the Walnut Creek Marriott Hotel at 4:00 pm. Click here to sign up (45 spaces available). 

The Port of Oakland has served as the principle ocean gateway for international containerized cargo shipments in Northern California. As a Top 10 Port in the United States, the Oakland Port loads and discharges 99% of all containerized goods in Northern California, the nation's fourth largest metropolitan area.


Speakers
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Matt Davis

Director of Government Affairs, Port of Oakland/Oakland International Airport
Matt Davis was appointed Director of Governmental Affairs on April 23, 2015. He has been with Port of Oakland's Governmental Affairs team serving in several leadership capacities since 2004 and is responsible for advocating Port development projects and policies across all Port d... Read More →
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Tess Lengyel

Deputy Executive Director of Planning and Policy, Alameda County Transportation Commission
Tess Lengyel, deputy executive director of planning and policy for the Alameda County Transportation Commission (Alameda CTC), has over 24 years of transportation-related experience. She directs all short- and long-range transportation planning for Alameda County and is responsible for policy, legislation and government, and community relations at Alameda CTC. Ms. Lengyel led development of the Alameda County Goods Movement Plan, approved in February 2016, and the $8 billion, 30-year 2014 Transportation Expenditure Plan, approved by 70.76 percent of voters in November 2014. She holds a... Read More →



Friday May 5, 2017 1:00pm - 4:00pm
Walnut Creek Marriott (Room XX) 2355 North Main Street, Walnut Creek, CA 94596