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14th Annual SCAG SoCal Economic Summit

Posted: 10/31/2023

CONFERENCE: December 7, 2023, 8:00AM - 2:00PM PT [CLOSED]

The Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) is hosting the 14th annual Southern California Economic Summit at the Sheraton Grand Los Angeles.

This event brings together leading voices to discuss the long-term health of Southern California’s economy and to explore the major economic factors that inform Connect SoCal 2024, SCAG’s draft Regional Transportation Plan / Sustainable Communities Strategy. 

A robust transportation sector is vital for Southern California, offering economic advantages to its nearly 19 million residents. From job creation to enhancing commuter experiences, as well as improving shipping and travel efficiency, Southern California is well-positioned to drive economic stability, growth, and prosperity. Collaborative efforts at the regional level can further accelerate the region's progress towards these shared goals.

Register now to join leaders in business, planning, and public policy who are working to accelerate the region at the 14th annual Southern California Economic Summit

Online registration closes Friday, December 1, 2023

This Event is Closed


The Southern California Association of Governments is an association of local governments and agencies that convene to address regional issues.

SCAG develops long-range regional transportation plans that include sustainable communities strategy and growth forecasts, regional transportation improvement programs, housing needs allocations, and a portion of the South Coast Air Quality Management Plan.

Connect SoCal 2024

Every four years, SCAG updates Connect SoCal, Southern California’s Regional Transportation Plan & Sustainable Communities Strategy.

Connect SoCal 2024 outlines a vision for a more resilient and equitable future, with policies and strategies for achieving the region’s shared goals through 2050.

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