Upcoming Commission Meeting
The Commission will hold its next scheduled meeting on Wednesday, November 14, 2012, 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 months of July, August, September, and October, Commissioners or staff participated at the following events:
July 17: Experience Unlimited — Corona
July 24: Mobile Source Air Pollution Review Workshop — Western Riverside County
July 25: Transportation and Water Briefing — Moreno Valley
July 26: SR-91 Corridor Improvement Project’s Contracting Opportunity: Meet the Primes — Corona
July 31: Mobile Source Air Pollution Review Workshop — Eastern Riverside County
August 11: Southern California Transit Advocates — Los Angeles
August 14: Orange County Business Council — Irvine
September 10: National Active and Retired Federal Employees — Menifee
September 17: Mobile Source Air Pollution Review — Development of FY 2012/13 Work Program
September 19: Women Transportation Seminar — Orange County
September 26: City Council Meeting — City of Eastvale
September 27: SR-91 Corridor Improvement Project — Public Meeting
September 28: Mobility 21 Annual Transportation Summit
Leadership Under Fire: Making the Case for Investing in Transportation
CEO Roundtable: What’s Ahead for Transportation in Southern California
September 30 - October 3: American Public Transportation Association — Annual Meeting
October 4: Temescal Canyon Municipal Advisory Council — Riverside County
October 9: City Council Meeting — City of Perris
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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