REDEFINING, REEVALUATING & REINVENTING TRANSIT, OCTOBER 14-16, 2001, UCLA CONFERENCE CENTER, LAKE ARROWHEAD, CALIFORNIA

The 2001 Annual Symposium Series on The Transportation, Land Use, and Environment Connection, sponsored by the UCLA Extension Public Policy Program, took place October 14-16, 2001 at the UCLA Conference Center in Lake Arrowhead, California. The special theme for the conference was Redefining, Reevaluating and Reinventing Transit. The symposium contained twelve sessions. These were: 1. Reinventing Transit: Introduction and Symposium Overview; 2. Looking Back, Looking Ahead: The Challenges to Transit's Renewal; 3. How Can We Best Measure the Costs and Benefits of Transit? 4. Just Transit? Transit Dependents, Civil Rights, and Transit Policy; 5. How Can We Make Transit Work in California? 6. Matching and Selling Transit to Emerging Markets; 7. Transit and Land Use: Evaluating the Connections; 8. Green Transit: Transit and Environmental Quality; 9. Lessons From Abroad: What U.S. Transit Systems Can Learn From the Developed and Developing Worlds; 10. Transit Services for the Next Generation; 11. Pulling Ideas Together and Putting Them Into Practice; and 12. Putting It All Together: Closing Thoughts on Reinventing Transit.

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  • English

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  • Features: Appendices;
  • Pagination: 101p

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  • Accession Number: 00961968
  • Record Type: Publication
  • Files: TRIS
  • Created Date: Aug 22 2003 12:00AM