may 25, 2023
The california Club | 8:30 am - 1:30 pm (PT)
The United States is carrying out an historic reinvestment in its infrastructure and cities.
As host to both the 2026 World Cup and the 2028 Olympic Games, the 2029 version of Los Angeles can show America - and the world - how to build that future.
It’s now the time to do it.
CityAge is proud to return to Los Angeles on May 25 to highlight how LA and its region can:
Re-invent transit and mobility through smart data-sharing and new technologies
Implement anti-displacement strategies and other initiatives to ensure equitable distribution of the economic benefits of major events
Revitalize public-private partnerships, and deliver tech-enabled infrastructure
Use design, technology and renewable energy systems to decarbonize urban operations
Add new urban innovations like electric urban aviation to its infrastructure
Foster both digital and physical connectivity
Weave resiliency into new and rebuilt infrastructure
We invite you to join us May 25 for our in-person CityAge Los Angeles.
Deputy Director Community
Investments & Planning,
California Strategic Growth Council
Open by Conference MC
Panel 1: LA’s Olympic Opportunity:
Los Angeles has an opportunity to use the upcoming World Cup and Olympic Games to reinvigorate its infrastructure and ensure an equitable impact and legacy while increasing equity and opportunity. This session will explain how to make that happen.
Panel 2: How to Scale New Aerial Mobility Through Public-Private Collaboration
Urban air mobility (UAM) is projected to become a $1.5 trillion market by 2040, and equitable access to these emerging transportation solutions is essential. Join CityAge panel as we discuss innovative strategies for scaling aerial mobility for all, and its role in LA’s near-term major events.
Panel 3: LA’s Transportation Future
Los Angeles is committing $120 billion to transportation funding, at the same time as public satisfaction with transit is at its lowest in a decade. This session will look at how the region can reinvigorate mobility and transit across the region.
Table-side breakout discussions
Panel 4: One LA Approach to the Region’s Infrastructure
Billions in federal infrastructure funding is on the table. How can the LA region best leverage it through a "One Los Angeles" approach across the metropolis?
Panel 5: Open Architecture for Data Sharing
Data is the new infrastructure - this session will look at how to build the open architecture for software that can support more inclusive and livable cities, as well as more access to services and opportunity.
Industrial, Black & Veatch
Lunch & Reception