Sunday October 13 - Tuesday October 15
2024 UCLA Arrowhead Symposium
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Mega Events: Major Opportunities

The 34th annual UCLA Lake Arrowhead Symposium | Oct. 13-15, 2024

A Once-in-a-Lifetime Opportunity

In hosting mega-events such as the Olympics or World Cup, cities face the challenge of balancing the immediate needs of these global exhibitions with their local, long-term planning goals related to sustainability, housing, vibrancy, and equity. The 2024 UCLA Arrowhead Symposium, Mega Events: Major Opportunities will probe this critical issue, bringing together policymakers, urban planners, past host city representatives, community leaders, and academic experts to learn in collaboration and conversation. Attendees will gain valuable insights from case studies, experts, and learn strategies for maximizing positive legacies to create lasting benefits for host cities and people living in them. 

The 2024 UCLA Arrowhead Symposium – Mega Events: Major Opportunities will consider:

About the Symposium

Since 1991, the UCLA Lake Arrowhead Symposium has tackled the connections between transportation, land use, and the environment.  Arrowhead’s diverse and influential group of policymakers, private sector stakeholders, public sector analysts, consultants, advocates, and researchers dive into these pressing policy issues every day. Here we’ve collected some of their insights from the Symposium, as well as information on their ongoing work and updates on upcoming events. Learn more about previous events in the symposium’s 30+ year history.

Thank you to our 2024 Sponsors

Presented by

UCLA Institute of Transportation Studies

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LA Metro

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WSP

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California Air Resources Board
National Center for Sustainable Transportation

The UCLA Institute of Transportation Studies, which presents this UCLA Lake Arrowhead Symposium, acknowledges the UCLA campus presence on the traditional, ancestral and unceded territory of the peoples who today use the names Tongva, Gabrielino, and Kizh.

Furthermore, we acknowledge the UCLA Lake Arrowhead Lodge & Conference Center’s presence on the traditional, ancestral and unceded territory of the Yuhaaviatam Indigenous people.