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March 23, 2017

De-Risking Cities: Connectivity and Cybersecurity

TPR presents an excerpt of a VX2017 panel on how agencies and cybersecurity leaders are staying ahead of the curve of the new, advanced technology taking over our cities.

March 23, 2017

LA’s Updated Plans Require Integration, Consistency, Consensus

After the defeat of Measure S and Mayor Eric Garcetti's subsequent Executive Directive 19, LA City Planning Director Vince Bertoni joins TPR and discusses the new planning framework coming to City Hall.

March 23, 2017

Councilmember Ryu Opines On Needed LA City's Planning Reforms To Regain Public Trust

TPR sits down with Los Angeles Councilmember David Ryu after the defeat of Measure S to discuss his vision for planning and development reforms.

March 14, 2017

How To Plan For A Better City? With Global Experience, 5+design Weighs In

5+design principals Mike Ellis and Tim Magill on how LA can move forward on a land-use regime, utilizing their unique experience on developing for density in other global megacities.

March 14, 2017

Leadership & Wise Investments Have Served Fresno Well: Mayor Ashley Swearengin Exit Interview

Former Fresno Mayor Ashley Swearengin joins TPR to share lessons from her eight years working to bring fiscal stability and innovation to the Central Valley.

March 1, 2017

DTLA’s Angels Flight To Reopen By Labor Day Thanks To Historic P3

DTLA's Angels Flight will reopen by Labor Day in a public-private partnership. Read remarks by José Huizar, Adele Yellin, Nuria Haltiwanger, and Geoffrey Yarema.

March 1, 2017

Resiliency & Climate Adaptation Case Study: How Communities Are Mobilizing With Bipartisan Support To Save South Louisiana

Concordia's Steven Bingler explains his efforts to protect Southern Louisiana communities at-risk from sea-level rise, with a HUD Natural Disaster Resilience Competition grant.

February 28, 2017

Gov. Brown Prioritizes California’s Water and Transportation Infrastructure Spending

At a recent press conference, Governor Brown said that Californians need to "belly up to the bar and start spending money" to fund resilient, climate-smart water, transportation, and energy infrastructure.

February 27, 2017

The Transformative Prospects Of An LA 2024 Olympics

As LA seeks to host its third Olympic Games in 2024, VerdeXchange and Urban Land Institute convened the champions of the bid at VX2017/ULI's FutureBuild.

February 27, 2017

Parks and Placemaking: How Will LA Spend $93 Million Annually in Park Funding?

In November, Los Angeles voters overwhelmingly approved a parcel tax to fund the creation and restoration of parks countywide. VX2017 brought civic leaders together to discuss how those funds can transform the region.

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