Urban Land Institute:Transit Oriented Los Angeles

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti will join ULI Los Angeles, for Transit Oriented LANovember 12 at the Japanese American National Museum in DTLA. Joining the Mayor will be thought leaders in two key areas: Healthy Development and Healthy Policy. They will reveal new ways of activating streets through walking, biking, public transportation and placemaking, and how smart planning improves health and wellness of people and neighborhoods.

 

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