CALCOG has partnered with the Caltrans and the California Emerging Technology Foundation to develop a map of near term transportation projects in rural areas that can help facilitate the extension of broadband to underserved areas.
The second class of the California Academy for Regional Leaders includes 26 up and coming professional staff from regional agencies across the state as well as representatives from Caltrans, Federal Highways Administration, and transit agencies.
Executives from the Newsom Administration have forwarded a framework called "Regions Rise Together" to develop a vision for inclusive and resilient economic development and sustainable land use and transportation planning across California regions. CALCOG has fully engaged in these discussions.
Cheryl Viegas Walker, representing the Imperial County Transportation Commission, will serve as the president of the Board of Directors for the California Association of Councils of Governments.
Steve Teshara, who represents the Tahoe Transportation District on the CALCOG Board of Directors, will serve as our organization's president for the next year.
In honor of May as Bike Month, we give you 32 songs, in no particular order, about the "acoustic motorcycle" that are guaranteed to motivate you to get out and ride!