Transbay Transit Center Tour

Golden Gate - San Francisco

Event details:

Start
11:30am MST on Tuesday, May 8, 2018
End
1:30pm MST on Tuesday, May 8, 2018
Location
TJPA Offices
201 Mission Street, Suite 2100 [at Beale]
San Francisco , CA 94105
Prices

LAI Members only: $50

Registration

To be placed on a first come, first served Wait List, please e-mail Susan Anthony at susananthonyevents.com.

Cancellation/ Refund/ No-Show Policy

If you will be unable to attend, please notify Susan Anthony so that a person from the Wait List can be given a ticket.

The "Grand Central Station of the West" 

The Transbay Transit Center Project is a visionary transportation and housing project that transforms downtown San Francisco and the San Francisco Bay Areas regional transportation system by creating a Grand Central Station of the West in the heart of a new transit-friendly neighborhood. The approximately $6 billion project will replace the former Transbay Terminal at First and Mission Streets in San Francisco with a modern regional transit hub connecting eight Bay Area counties and the State of California through 11 transit systems: AC Transit, BART, Caltrain, Golden Gate Transit, Greyhound, Muni, SamTrans, WestCAT Lynx, Amtrak, Paratransit and future High Speed Rail from San Francisco to Los Angeles/Anaheim.


TIMELINE
11:30 am - Meet for tour (201 Mission St, Ste 2100, SF, CA)
* Be timely. Tour cannot wait for late arrivals. 
- Sign Waiver 
- Box Lunch + Presentation
- Tour
1:30 pm - Tour & Lunch complete 

PRESENTER BIOGRAPHY
Dennis Turchon, TJPA, Senior Construction Manager

Dennis Turchon joined the TJPA in 2013 after working for the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) for 25 years. Mr. Turchon worked in various different Caltrans districts throughout the State, with 24 of those years in their construction division. Noteworthy projects in San Francisco that he handled as construction manager are the SFOBB West Approach replacement, the SFOBB West Span superstructure seismic retrofit, the SFOBB South/South detour and most recently the Doyle Drive Replacement (Phase 1). He is a licensed civil engineer in the State of California and is a graduate of the University of Cincinnati with a bachelor of science degree in civil engineering.