November 11 RRS meeting at USC (change of location)

Our November 11th monthly meeting of the RRS will be held on the campus of University of Southern California (USC) again. USC Wallis Annenberg Hall, 3630 Watt Way, Los Angeles, CA, 90089; Room 106. Meeting time will be 7:30pm. Please allow extra time for travel as traffic and parking can be difficult.

Our regular meeting location at the Gardena Community Center will be closed for Veteran’s Day, November 11th.

For all attending the RRS meeting at USC coming southbound down the I-110:
Exit Exposition, follow exposition to Watt Way, ask gate attendant where meter parking is.

For all attending the RRS meeting at USC coming northbound up the I-110:
Exit Exposition, follow exposition exit around the DMV and under the freeway, then follow Exposition to Watt Way, ask gate attendant where meter parking is.

We will be meeting at the corner of Watt Way and Downey Way, There is a 2-hour parking lot west of that intersection. The Watt/Downey intersection is in the lower section of quadrant C-5. Parking in the PSA structure is another good place to park.

here is a link to the map of the USC campus,
https://web-app.usc.edu/maps/map.pdf

Map of USC campus

The pre-meet up times will be 7pm and 7:30pm, to make sure everyone gets to where we are. If you find yourself running late feel free to text Chris Lujan for assistance getting to the meeting place. (310)953-3296

At this meeting, we will have nominations for RRS officers. Nominees can be administrative or lifetime members. More information on the SuperDosa project and updates on next year’s RRS (April 2017) Symposium will likely be discussed.

Please note, we will likely have a launch event at the MTA site the next day (Nov. 12th) after the meeting, November 12th. Contact the RRS if you would like to attend. Ordinarily, launch days are 3rd Thursday of each month.

Send a message to the message board or email the RRS if there are any questions or issues you’d like to discuss. See everyone there!

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