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Mobility 21 Summit 2012

11th Annual Southern California Transportation Summit
We’re All in This Together
September 28, 2012 at the Disneyland Hotel in Anaheim, California

Content from the largest one-day transportation conference in the state. It’s the only place where you can mix and mingle with every transportation CEO in Southern California, policy makers and nationally-known transportation experts. The summit was an action-packed day of breakouts, provocative presentations and an exciting expo hall. Please review any of the presentations you would like to see below. You can also search using the search box at the top right of the screen.

  1. Playing Nice in the Sandbox: Labor, Owners and Contractors Working Together to Make Projects Happen

    Sponsored by Jacobs

    This panel seeks to find common ground in the arena of project delivery between funding partners and public employees. To position itself for future prosperity, California must embrace innovative means to deliver and maintain significant transportation improvements. Prior to the worldwide economic collapse that defined the end of the first decade of the 21st Century, California’s vibrant economy focused on successful congestion mitigation along it’s highway and rail corridors to service commuter and goods movement demands. This is expected to continue to play a key role in our recovery. Traditional delivery methods require substantial time investment before the benefit of projects is realized. Key stakeholders including funding partners, consultants, public employee unions and contractors must find new ways to collaborate in order to dramatically reduce project delivery timelines while limiting capital expenditures.

    Dr. Ray Wolfe, Executive Director, San Bernardino Associated Governments

    Bruce Blanning, Executive Director, Professional Engineers in California Government
    Brent Felker, High-Speed Rail Program Director, Parsons Brinckerhoff
    Mark Kempton, Project Director, Skanska

  2. Branding Transportation: What the World’s Best-Known Brands Can Teach Transportation

    Sponsored by Parsons Transportation Group
    Building and protecting your brand is an essential step in
    capturing the attention of the public and getting them to take
    action. Some would argue that transportation has not branded
    itself properly to garner the public’s participation and become the
    focus of lawmakers. Learn from executives at some of the world’s
    most trusted brands how to become a household name and
    develop brand loyalty.
    Matt Raymond
    Principal, Celtis Ventures
    Debra Hotaling
    Western Region Communications Leader, Ford Motor Company
    Ed Lee
    Co-Founder, Wahoo’s Fish Tacos
    John Nicoletti
    Vice President of Communications, Disneyland Resort
    Nancy Nygren
    CEO, Girl Scouts of Orange County