What Do You Want Covered from the Street Summit?

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Today, tomorrow and Wednesday Streetsblog will run a short series where you can decide what sessions I’ll attend and cover at this year’s LA Street Summit. Despite it’s name, there’s no formal relationship between the Summit and Streetsblog, although I will be covering the events on Thursday and Sunday, and I’m told we’ll also be seeing some L.A. Streetfilms be filmed and produced.

However, I can only be at one place at a time. For the three breakout sessions on Saturday, I decided that I would narrow down the sessions to a handful; and let you tell me what I’m going to and what I’m covering. Some topics I’m eliminating because we already cover them to death, and some others because they’re outside of the Streetsblog "beat." Let me know what you want me to cover in the comments section, and for a full listing of all the sessions in all three time slots, visit the Street Summit website.

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