SAN FERNANDO VALLEY COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS
works to increase the coordination within its jurisdictions to improve regional mobility, economy, and safety.
The SFVCOG was formed in 2010 with the adoption of the Joint Powers Agreement by the City and County of Los Angeles along with the cities of Burbank, Glendale, San Fernando and Santa Clarita. The SFVCOG serves the regional interests and is the voice of 2.1 million stakeholders.
The SFVCOG has invited leading national experts in mobility to examine the impacts COVID-19 will have on the future of mobility. The speakers will provide an overview of national trends in mobility and a big picture of the challenges and opportunities ahead.
As part of the adopted SFVCOG 2015-16 Work Plan, the SFVCOG Board approved a Mobility Academy to focus on providing access and insight to Board Member-designated attendees on mobility issues, opportunities, and priorities for the SFVCOG region.
The SFVCOG is committed to increased mobility options for the purpose of increasing safety and convenience and reducing roadway congestion. The following are the priorities for 2020 that would work towards achieving that.