Just a quick heads up: The Urban Lands Institute is holding an event tomorrow in Anaheim looking at development opportunities along the route proposed for the California High-Speed Rail project. It’s open to the public. Details after the jump.
California’s High-Speed Rail Future to be Unveiled at Anaheim Event
Rail / TOD Marketplace Will Discuss Statewide Development in Communities Along Rail Routes
Hundreds will attend Urban Land Institute (ULI Los Angeles) California High-Speed Rail TOD Marketplace, Thursday, Sept. 23, at Anaheim Convention Center. Event will include development opportunities for communities along proposed high-speed rail routes. There will also be workshops and panels on Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) and high-speed rail.
Who: Worldwide and national experts on high-speed rail:
Curt Pringle, Anaheim Mayor, Chair of CA High-Speed Rail Authority
Peter Calthorpe, President, Calthorpe Associates, leader of Vision California, developing modeling tools for how California can accommodate growth.
Andreas Heym, Director of Development, AREP Ville, Paris
And dozens of planning, development, government and architecture professionals
Hundreds of officials, architects, planners, other participants
Images of High-Speed Rail and Transit Oriented Developments
Background: In November of 2008, California voters approved Prop. 1A, which issued nearly $10 billion in bonds to establish a “clean, efficient, high-speed train service linking Southern California, the Sacramento San Joaquin Valley and the San Francisco Bay Area.” This network will connect 26 stations with over 800 miles of track; traveling at over 200 miles per hour, with an annual ridership of up to 117 million passengers by 2030. New stations will boost residential and commercial development. To help responsibly guide this development, California’s ULI District Councils have organized ULI’s California High-Speed Rail TOD MarketPlace. Complete agenda available at HSRTODMarketplace.org.
Where and when: Thursday Sept. 23, 2010, 8 a.m.-6 p.m. at Anaheim Convention Center, 800 W. Katella Avenue, Anaheim, California
Johnny, I’d attend the next meeting of the Burbank Transportation Commission and tell them during public comment your idea.
Is there a future date in or around Burbank that will have the topic of placing a station at Bubabk Metrolink Station or at the Burbank Airport I have an idea how to build one station here in burbank, and wow, both parties would be happy..