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EASTERN BRANCH LUNCH MEETING - “Heading East – The Gold Line Expands to Montclair”
March 28, 2019
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3488 E. Foothill Blvd.
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When it first opened in 2003 the Metro Gold Line provided a light rail connection from Pasadena to Union Station. Since then it has expended twice – on the south-east, to Atlantic Blvd. in East Los Angeles (2009) and then through portions of the San Gabriel Valley in 2016.
The Foothill Gold Line light rail project will extend Metro Gold Line service to the cities of Glendora, San Dimas La Verne, Pomona, Claremont and Montclair. The project is funded by LA County’s Measure M & R, state grant and is seeking additional funding to fill the current shortfall. Major construction is expected to start in early 2020.
This presentation will give us a view of some of the opportunities and challenges presented by this extension, and allows time for questions to a spokesperson from the Gold Line Construction Authority.
SPEAKER BIO: Lisa Levy Buch - Chief Communication Officer
Lisa Levy Buch serves as the Chief Communication Officer for the Foothill Gold Line Construction Authority, overseeing the agency’s communications, community outreach, and media relations program. As a member of the Authority’s management team, Lisa advises on a wide range of communications, community-related and intergovernmental issues to strengthen the Authority’s relationship with surrounding communities, agencies, and elected officials. She also sets long-term direction and policy for communications around the agency’s program of projects.
Lisa brings nearly three decades of experience in transportation planning, policy and public affairs to her position, including consulting for the Authority before being appointed Public Affairs Director in 2009. During her career, Lisa has created strategic communications programs for some of the region’s most controversial transportation and land use proposals, helping educate and build grassroots support with communities, the media and elected officials at all levels of government. Before joining the Construction Authority, Lisa’s professional background included nearly eight years as an executive of a local public relations firm; five years working for local elected officials advising on transportation and land use proposals; and five years preparing technical transportation and environmental documents. Lisa holds a Master of Arts degree in Transportation Planning from UCLA and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Environmental Planning from UC Irvine. She lives in Claremont with her husband and two sons.
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