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arbcombo -- May 2017 – California Sustainable Freight Action Plan Workshops Posted: 27 Apr 2017 10:47:57
Staff from the California Department of Transportation, the California Air Resources Board, the California Energy Commission, and the Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development invite you to participate in workshops to discuss implementation of the California Sustainable Freight Action Plan (Action Plan). The workshops will be held at the locations and on the dates noted below. The agencies will follow the same format and show the same presentation at each of the workshop locations. OAKLAND: May 9, 2017 LOS ANGELES: May 30, 2017 SAN DIEGO: May 31, 2017 For more information on the California Sustainable Freight Action Plan including upcoming workshops, please visit the webpage at http://www.casustainablefreight.org/ If you would like to receive notices of future freight meetings and the availability of materials, please sign up for the California Sustainable Freight list serve at: CSFAP@dot.ca.gov Background In July 2016, California released the Action Plan. The Action Plan was developed in response to Governor Brown’s Executive Order B-32-15 and led by the Secretaries of the California Transportation Agency, California Environmental Protection Agency, and the Natural Resources Agency. It was an unprecedented effort to identify State policies, programs, investments, and pilot projects to achieve a freight transport system that meets the State’s transportation, air quality, climate, energy, and economic needs. The Action Plan includes a long-term 2050 Vision and Guiding Principles for California’s future freight transport system; Targets for 2030 to guide the State toward meeting the Vision; opportunities to leverage State freight transport system investments; actions to initiate over the next five years to make progress towards the Targets and the Vision; potential pilot projects to achieve on-the-ground progress in the near-term; and additional concepts for further exploration and development, if viable. The Action Plan elements noted were the results of State agencies implementing a more comprehensive look across the State’s existing policies, programs, and investments to identify opportunities to collaborate and innovate. The Action Plan was the result of significant input received through multi agency stakeholder outreach conducted from July 2015 through spring 2016. You are receiving this single arbcombo email because you are a subscriber to or have made a public comment to one or more of the following lists: ab32publichealth, board, cargo, cc, commerce-cherrp, ej, ej-prp, gmbond, harborcraft, hcm, hdghg, loco, maritime, onrdiesel, porttruck, railyard, rsc-ghg, sfti, shipincin, shorepower, sip, tru, vsr, westoakland, wilmington-cherrp.