USC Planners Network Annual Progressive Planners Panel

This year’s topic is "Transportation in LA"

Moderator:
Lisa Schweitzer — Assistant Professor, USC School of Policy, Planning and Development

Panelists:
Joe Linton — Policy Associate, Livable Places
Angelo Logan — Director, East Yard Communities for Environmental Justice
Deike Peters — Fellow, Center for Metropolitan Studies and Adjunct
Lecturer, Urban & Regional Planning & International Urban Management, Technical University Berlin
James Rojas — Project Manager, MTA

The fun will continue after the panel… Location TBD

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