Please join us on August 4th from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. PT for “Key CEQA Compliance Considerations for Vehicle Miles Traveled Analyses.” This complimentary webinar will examine the California Natural Resources Agency’s new guidelines for traffic and transportation impacts analyses under CEQA through legal, planning and technical perspectives. We will be joined by well-known transit practitioners Keith Greer, Senior Environmental Planner at the San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG), and Ronald Milam, Principal at the transportation planning firm Fehr & Peers. Our panel will provide practical advice for preparing defensible vehicle miles traveled (VMT) analyses.
Topics to be covered include:
- Key legal risks for new road construction and development
- Essential considerations in preparing a defensible VMT analysis
- Identification of key compliance problems from the perspective of CEQA practitioners
- Viable and potential VMT mitigation strategies
We invite you to submit questions for our panel at the time of registration, and for those needing CLE credit, this activity is approved for 1 hour of general credit.
We look forward to discussing this important topic with you in August!
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