Transportation and Infrastructure
Public agencies considering transportation and infrastructure projects require legal advice on issues that are complex, fact-specific and time-sensitive. Given this, our clients rely heavily on Meyers Nave’s unique capability to represent them on all aspects of their projects.
Our Transportation and Infrastructure Practice Group draws on the experience of our attorneys in a wide range of practice areas to fully support our clients. This interdisciplinary team has built extraordinary relationships with public and private entities responsible for the development, upgrading and maintenance of significant transportation and infrastructure projects, including ports and airports, roadways, freeways and interchanges, regional transportation plans, transit-oriented development, and public-private partnerships (P3) in California.
Importantly, Meyers Nave has extensive experience with the regulatory landscape impacting transportation and infrastructure plans in which agencies and their legal advisors must address a slew of funding, permitting and environmental review requirements.
We have advised many of California’s largest and most prominent transit and transportation agencies on a wide range of legal, regulatory and administrative matters, including the Port of Los Angeles, the Los Angeles World Airports (LAX), the Los Angeles Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA), Metrolink, the Alameda-Contra Costa Transit District, the Bay Area Rapid Transit District (BART), the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC), and the Sacramento Regional Transit District. Clients for whom we serve as General Counsel include the Ventura County Transportation Commission (VCTC), the Tri-Valley Transportation Council (TVTC) and the West Contra Costa Transportation Advisory Committee (WCCTAC).