The Commission will hold its next regularly scheduled meeting on Wednesday,
April 9, 2014, at 9:30 a.m. at the Riverside County Administrative Center, Board of Supervisors Meeting Room, 4080 Lemon Street, Riverside, California.
The Commission also maintains a speaker’s bureau that actively makes presentations throughout the county on transportation issues. If you are interested in scheduling a presentation for your service club or community organization, please contact Eliza Echevarria at (951) 787‑7141 or email@example.com.
During the past two months, Commissioners and/or staff participated at the following events:
Perris City Council - Presentation on Perris Valley Line
KFROG Radio Interview - 91 Project
City of Banning, Sunset Avenue Grade Separation - Ground Breaking
City of Coachella, Avenue 56/Airport Blvd. Grade Separation - Ground Breaking
American Society of Civil Engineers - 91 Project
Southwest T-NOW - Presentation on Perris Valley Line
Active Transportation Program Hearing - California Transportation Commission
Urban Land Institute Presentation - Transportation Issues Connecting Riverside and Orange Counties
Federal Highways Administration - Goods Movement Listening Session
WTS-IE - 9th Annual Scholarship and Awards Dinner
Jurupa Valley Rotary Presentation - RCTC Project Update
California Transportation Foundation Forum - Annual Statewide Conference on Transportation Issues
Good Morning Riverside - Perris Valley Line
Yucaipa-Calimesa Unified School District - Science, Technology, Education and Mathematics Presentation
Perris Valley Line Ground Breaking Event
City of Riverside - New Urbanism Walk Audits
Arlington Business Council - 91 Project
Southern California Regional Rail Authority - Annual Workshop
Temescal Town Hall Meeting - 91 Project
Follow RCTC on Twitter
In an effort to enhance public outreach, the Commission created a twitter account — an internet messaging site that allows anyone to post information on a real time basis. If you use Twitter, you can follow the Commission at twitter.com/RCTC.
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