Thursday, July 9, 2020

Coronado Roundtable: SANDAG “The San Diego Region Today and Projections for the Future” May 24

At its monthly meeting on Friday, 24 May, the Coronado Roundtable will feature a presentation from the San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG). SANDAG serves as the forum for planning and decision-making on matters concerning the region’s quality of life including resource allocation, highway construction and public transportation, and forecasting future growth. It is governed by a Board of Directors composed of the mayors, council members, and county supervisors from each of the region’s 18 cities and county governments.

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Clint Daniels oversees long-range population and transportaion forecasting at SANDAG. He will discuss the essential role SANDAG plays in regional transportation and infrastruture planning, allocation of revenues from the TransNet sale tax, tranportaion modeling, and the regional growth forecasts in the 2050 Regional Growth Forecast and the Regional Transportation Plan.

Before joining SANDAG in 2008, Daniels was the managing partner at a software consulting firm, providing automated mapping services to municipal governments in Southern California and New York. He has a BA in urban and regional planning from the University of Illinois, an MA from Rutgers University, and an MBA from the Rady School of Management at UC San Diego.

The Coronado Roundtable presents prominent speakers on a variety of topics at their monthly meetings on the fourth Friday of the month at 10:00 AM in the Winn Room of the Coronado Public Library. The meetings are open to the public. Come at 09:45 and enjoy a cup of coffee before the meeting.

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