California is a transportation powerhouse - home to 26 million automobiles, more than 400,000 miles of roadways, thousands of miles of rail, and hundreds of air and sea ports.
The CFEE Transportation Conference convenes state policymakers with labor and environmental leaders, energy and engineering companies, and transit operators to have focused dialogue on how to maintain, improve and finance this robust transportation system while exploring pioneering efforts in micro-mobility.
Previous Transportation Conferences have facilitated legislation related to resilient infrastructure, carbon fuel standards, air pollution, project financing and public-private partnerships.
Destination Unknown: Our Evolving Transportation System (September 2019) (Incline Village)
Building Smart Infrastructure for a Green Future (April 2018) (Sonoma)
Picking up the Pieces - Rebuilding a Resilient Transportation System (February 2017) (Napa)
Attacking the Transportation Infrastructure Funding Gap: Do we have the weapons? (May 2015) (Napa)
Electrifying Transportation Workshop (October 2014) (Sonoma)
Roundtable Conference on California's Transportation Infrastructure: How Do We Get to Success? (May 2014) (Sonoma)
Roundtable Conference on California's Infrastructure — A Path to Economic Recovery and Jobs (October 2011) (Palos Verde)
Roundtable Conference on Building Partners to Finance and Deliver Infrastructure Projects in California (March 2010) (Napa)
Roundtable Conference on California's Water Supply and Infrastructure (October 2009) (Sonoma)
Infrastructure Financing and Project Delivery Conference (March 2009) (Napa)
Roundtable Conference on Transportation Fuels (May 2009) (Sonoma)
Roundtable Conference on Infrastructure (January 2008) (Sonoma)
Public Private Partnerships Workshop (July 2007) (Sacramento)
Roundtable Conference on Transportation and Water Infrastructure: The Role of Public Private Partnerships (March 2007) (Napa)