Spring Legislative Conference
The 2018 Spring Legislative Conference takes place May 22-23 in Sacramento. The event kicks off Tuesday the 22nd with an evening Legislative Reception, and culminates Wednesday the 23rd with the full conference program at the Tsakopoulos Library Galleria.
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. With the theme Defending Our Future, this year's program will feature an in-depth discussion of Senate Bill 1 – both the opportunities presented by this monumental new transportation funding package, and threats posed by current efforts to repeal the fudning measure through a statewide ballot initiative.
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 an in-depth discussion of Senate Bill 1 – both the opportunities presented by this monumental new transportation funding package, and threats posed by current efforts to repeal the funding measure through a statewide ballot initiative. In addition to analysis of other timely topics, attendees will get an update on the Association's legislative priorities for the current year.
The 2018 Spring Legislative Conference is just $175 per person for California Transit Association members, and $200 per person for non-members when you register by the discount deadline of April 23. After that date, fees will increase by $25. An exceptional value, a full conference pass provides admission to the full educational program, all group meals (breakfast, refreshment break and lunch) and the Tuesday evening Legislative Reception.
If you have questions about registration, please contact Mandy Puliz at email@example.com or (916) 446-4656, x 1004.
The conference takes place at the Tsakopoulos Library Galleria, located at 828 I Street in Sacramento. The Library Galleria is part of the Central Library, which faces I Street between 8th and 9th Streets. The nearest parking structure is Standard Parking at 849 J Street. The vehicle entrance is in the alley off of J Street, between 8th and 9th Streets. The parking rate is $12 if you arrive before 9:00 a.m., and $20 after 9:00 a.m.
Kimpton Sawyer Hotel
500 J Street
Sacramento, CA 95814
Toll-Free Reservation Center: 888-236-2427
A block of rooms has been reserved for the California Transit Association at a special rate of $209, plus tax. You may reserve by calling the hotel numbers listed above and referencing “California Transit Association”. The cut-off date for making a reservation is April 25.
Join us for our Legislative Reception, set for Tuesday, May 22 from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. The event takes place at The Bank, located at 629 J Street in Sacramento. All conference registrants will have an opportunity to mix and mingle with state legislators and their staff. Delicious appetizers and drinks will be served.
Please RSVP for the Legislative Reception when registering for the conference online.
The 2018 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 Janneh Johnson at firstname.lastname@example.org or (916) 446-4656, x 1017 with any questions.