August 2018
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Save the Date
B2B Expo
September 27, 2018
Ontario, CA

Mobility 21 Summit
October 19, 2018
Los Angeles, CA 

Focus on the Future
October 28-30, 2018
Indian Wells, CA
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About Us
The San Bernardino County Transportation Authority (SBCTA) is the transportation planning agency for San Bernardino County.

SBCTA is responsible for cooperative regional planning and furthering an efficient multi-modal transportation system countywide.

SBCTA proudly serves the more than 2.1 million residents of San Bernardino County.
Business 2 Business Expo Registration Now Open!
The San Bernardino County Transportation Authority (SBCTA) is proud of our ongoing relationship with the contracting community of Southern California. The 6th Annual Business 2 Business Expo scheduled for September 27th at the Ontario Convention Center will connect prime and subcontractors, enhance awareness of local labor, and educate prospective bidders on what makes for an effective proposal.  Past events have resulted in lasting relationships to enhance opportunities for big and small contractors alike.

General Registration is FREE and includes continental breakfast, complimentary self-parking and access to SBCTA presentations. Early Bird vendor registration is available until August 10th.

All vendor booths include a 10x10 foot space, premium self-parking, (1) 8 foot table, (2) chairs, and early access to the Business 2 Business Expo.

To register, click here.
Santa Fe Depot Centennial Celebration
In case you missed it, the Santa Fe Depot celebrated 100 years in July.  The centennial celebration was well attended with nearly 2,000 community members throughout the day's event.

The highlight of the day was a ceremony dedicating a new monument, highlighting the history of the Santa Fe Depot, that will be installed in a planter near the flag poles in front of the building.

Former San Bernardino Mayor, and SBCTA Board Member, Pat Morris served as master of ceremonies for the dedication.  SBCTA Board President Supervisor James Ramos, Congressman Pete Aguilar and members of the San Bernardino City Council were also on hand to give remarks acknowledging the impact and historical significance the Santa Fe Depot has played in San Bernardino.
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San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors Endorses Vision4Safety Initiative
The Board of Supervisors has adopted Vision4Safety, a new campaign that aims to improve safety and emergency preparedness in San Bernardino County by connecting people to community policing, emergency response and disaster planning programs and encouraging them to follow professional tips to keep their families safe.

"We know that safe communities attract investment and opportunity to San Bernardino County and that's why we support Vision4Safety," said Robert Lovingood, chairman of the Board of Supervisors. "I encourage residents to get to know their neighbors and form watch groups - in person or online, volunteer for community emergency response teams and make sure you and your family are prepared for disasters such as wildfires and earthquakes, which are all too common in San Bernardino County."

The Vision4Safety campaign officially kicked off Tuesday, Aug. 7 on National Night Out, a community-building event that promotes partnerships between communities and police and emergency services. A listing of National Night Out events in San Bernardino County can be found at www.Vision4Safety.com. Participants in the Vision4Safety campaign are encouraged to post a photo or video or livestream on social media using #Vision4Safety. Posts will be shared on Facebook at San Bernardino Countywide Vision or on Twitter and Instagram.
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Register for Business 2 Business here!