Spring Legislative Conference
The 2019 Spring Legislative Conference takes place May 21-22 in Sacramento. The event kicks off May 21 with an evening Legislative Reception, and culminates May 22 with the full conference program at the Citizen Hotel.
The conference program features experts from the legislative and regulatory realms discussing the latest approaches and priorities on the most important issues facing transit agencies today. This year's program will feature a discussion of next steps in store for transit agencies now that the California Air Resources Board has adopted its Innovative Clean Transit regulation, which requires all California transit agencies to transition to zero-emission fleets by 2040.
Also on the agenda is an examination of the relationship between public transit and various housing proposals circulating in the Legislature and the Administration. Attendees will also receive an update regarding the work of the Association’s Transportation Development Act (TDA) Task Force, which has been formed in response to the Legislature’s request for a comprehensive review of TDA funding criteria for consideration of possible legislative revisions to the act that was first adopted in 1971.
In addition to analysis of other timely topics, attendees will get an update on the Association’s legislative priorities for the current year.
As one of our signature events, the Spring Legislative Conference blends professional development and networking activities with dynamic educational and informational sessions. Bringing more than 150 transit professionals to Sacramento each year, this comprehensive review of transit policy fosters high-spirited discussion and problem solving from passionate colleagues, guest speakers and other industry experts.
It’s the ideal opportunity for you to meet face-to-face with other transit advocates, network with colleagues, and make an impact by bringing public transit to the forefront with state and federal policy makers.
The Spring Legislative Conference features experts from the legislative and regulatory realms discussing the latest approaches and priorities on the most important issues facing transit agencies today. This year's program will feature a discussion of the California Air Resources Board's newly-adopted Innovative Clean Transit regulation, examination of the relationship between public transit and housing, and an update on the Association’s ongoing work to reform the Transportation Development Act, consistent with a request from legislative leaders. In addition to analysis of other timely topics, attendees will get an update on the Association’s legislative priorities for the current year.
An exceptional value, registration provides admission to the full educational program, all group meals (breakfast, refreshment break and lunch) and the Tuesday evening Legislative Reception. Register by April 22 to save $25.
|REGISTRATION FEES||BY APRIL 22||AFTER APRIL 22|
Participants who wish to cancel their conference registration must contact the California Transit Association in writing via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. In the event of a cancellation, the following refund policy applies:
- Cancellations received by May 1 will receive a full refund.
- No refunds will be issued for cancellations received after May 1.
- Registered for the conference but can't make it? Ask about how to transfer your registration to another member of your organization.
The conference takes place at the Citizen Hotel, located at 926 J Street in Sacramento (corner of 10th and J). The block of rooms reserved for the California Transit Association is now sold out. You may book your accommodations at the Citizen Hotel but will not receive the special rate.
926 J Street
Sacramento, CA 95814
Valet parking is available at the hotel. In addition, there are city-operated parking garages located at 10th and I streets (the City Hall Garage) and 10th and L streets (the Capitol Garage) which charge $1.50 per half hour, up to a daily maximum of $25.
Join us for our Legislative Reception, taking place Tuesday, May 21 from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. The event takes place at Ten Ten Room, located at 1010 10th Street in Sacramento. All conference registrants will have an opportunity to network and socialize with state legislators and their staff. Delicious appetizers and drinks will be served.
Please RSVP for the Legislative Reception when you register for the conference.
The 2019 Spring Legislative Conference offers outstanding sponsorship opportunities for businesses who wish to reach an audience of key decision makers in the California transit industry. Please contact Kim Rothschild at email@example.com or (916) 446-4656, x 1492 with any questions.