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Below are the presentations from the APTA Sustainability and Public Transportation Workshop, held July 31-August 2, 2011, in Los Angeles, California.

  
Presenters
  
A Billion Miles on Alternative Fuels
John Drayton
A Billion Miles on Alternative Fuels
Climate Change Adaptation and the MTA
Projjal K. Dutta, AIA, LEED AP
Climate Change Adaptation and the MTA
Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation in Southern California
Paul Bunje
Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation in Southern California
Denver Livability Partnership
Deirdre Oss and Caryn Wenzara
Denver Livability Partnership
Edgewood / Candler Park Station Charrette
John Crocker
Edgewood-Candler Park Station Charrette
Flooded Bus Barns and Buckled Rails: Public Transportation and Climate Change Adaptation
Tina Hodges
Flooded Bus Barns and Buckled Rails
Getting Institutionalized: Changing to a Sustainable Culture
David J. Carlson
Getting Institutionalized or Changing to a Sustainable Culture
Global Sustainable Transport Trends
Dr. Walter Hook, CEO, ITDP          
Global-Sustainable-Transport-Trends
Grand Boulevard Initiative
Corinne Goodrich
Grand Boulevard Initiative
ITSP Study Mission: Sustainable Public Transportation
Clinton Bench
ITSP-Study-Mission-Sustainable-Public-Transportation
Leveraging Sustainability through Employee Engagement for a Competitive Future
Danielle Willis
Leveraging Sustainability through Employee Engagement for a Competitive Future
Los Angeles Metro Environmental and Sustainability Initiatives
Cris Liban
Los Angeles Metro Environmental and Sustainability Initiatives
Metro's Green Building and Energy Efficiency Projects
Tim Lindholm
Metro's Green Building and Energy Efficiency Projects
Planning for New Neighborhoods linked to Transit: Santa Monica’s
Francie Stefan
Planning for New Neighborhoods linked to Transit
Planning for Sustainable Communities
Diego Cardoso
Planning for Sustainable Communities
Progress Towards a Climate Action Plan at LACMTA
Cris B. Liban, D.Env., P.E.
Progress Towards a Climate Action Plan at LACMTA
Public Transport: The Smart Green Solution
John Inglish
Public-Transport-The-Smart-Green-Solution
Restoration of Historic Streetcar Services in Downtown Los Angeles
Restoration of Historic Streetcar Services in Downtown Los Angeles
Riding HSR to a Sustainable Future
Margaret Cederoth
Riding HSR to a Sustainable Future
Sustainability & Climate Action Strategy
Timothy Papandreou
Sustainability-and-Climate-Action-Strategy
Sustainability Governance at TransLink
Trish Webb
Sustainability Governance at TransLink
Sustainability in Houston-Galveston
Sustainability in Houston-Galveston
Sustainable Communities Partnerships
Abby Thorne-Lyman
Sustainable Communities Partnerships
Taking the Car out of Carbon
Projjal K. Dutta, AIA, LEED AP
Taking-the-Car-out-of-Carbon
The Streetcar “Saddle”: Beyond Mobility Improvement and Economic Development
Pete Mazurek
The-Streetcar-Saddle
Towards a More Sustainable Los Angeles Region
Pam O'Connor
Towards a More Sustainable Los Angeles Region
Transit and Greenhouse Gas Emissions
Eric Hesse
Transit-and-Greenhouse-Gas-Emissions
Transit: Helping Others Reach Their Carbon Reduction Goals
Mark Minor
Transit-Helping-Others-Reach-Their-Carbon-Reduction-Goals
Transport for London’s Climate Change Adaptation Programme
Helen Woolston
Transport for London’s Climate Change Adaptation Programme
What the Science Tells Us & How Practitioners Can Use the Science
Dr. B. Tod Delaney
What the Science Tells Us and How Practitioners Can Use the Science
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