Workshop Explores Government Trends in Green Transportation

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Government policies and industry trends for electric vehicles and alternative transportation.

The California Green Transportation Collaborative is holding a workshop focusing on government policies and industry trends affecting transportation alternatives in California with a focus on electric vehicles on Friday, June 10th from 8 am to 12:30 pm at the Port of Long Beach Board Room, 925 Harbor Plaza, Long Beach.

“I am pleased to be a part of this discussion as the Chair of the Assembly Transportation Committee,” said Lowenthal.  “I think everyone will find something of interest during this discussion, including how we will train the workforce to work on the up and coming electric vehicles that will be hitting our workplaces in the very near future and the movement of freight up the I-710 freeway on an electric guideway.” 

Speakers for the workshop will include John Boesel, President of CalSTART; Dean Taylor, Southern California Edison; Cal Macy, from Long Beach City College; as well as a representative from an emerging technology manufacturer.

The California Green Transportation Collaborative is led by Skyline College and includes contra Costa College, Long Beach City College, and the Career Ladders Project.  This event is hosted by the Collaborative and the Pacific Gateway Workforce Investment Board, as one of a series of events focused on expanding the clean transportation industry sector.

For more information, please call:  526 938 3151

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