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June 18, 2018

Dr. Patrick Soon-Shiong on the 4th Industrial Revolution & Los Angeles Leadership Role

At the World Trade Center-Los Angeles's Select LA Investment Summit, the proposed buyer of the Los Angeles Times provided an overview of the region's innovation potential.

June 18, 2018

Michael Woo: Is There Such a Thing as Too Much Democracy? Challenges to Building Affordable Housing in LA

Former LA Councilmember Michael Woo diagnoses the factors that has contributed to Southern California's housing situation.

June 18, 2018

RWJ Funded Gehl Institute Report: Building Inclusive Healthy Places

TPR presents an except of the Gehl Institute Inclusive Healthy Places Framework report, which serves as a tool for evaluating and creating inclusive, healthy public places that support health equity.

June 12, 2018

City of LA's First Procurement Officer Michael Owh Aims for 'Smarter, Faster, Leaner' Process

Los Angeles's first Chief Procurement Officer, Michael Owh, introduces his vision for public spending and business relations in LA.

June 12, 2018

BART Faces Bay Area 'Growing Pains & Aging Pains'

Steve Heminger, executive director of the Metropolitan Transportation Commission, and Nick Josefowitz, vice president of the Bay Area Rapid Transit Board of Directors, speak with TPR about managing a regional transportation system that is simultaneously aging and expanding.

June 12, 2018

Governor Martin O'Malley on Smart Cities & Proactive 21st Century Government

To create smart cities, former presidential candidate and former Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley highlights the need for smart procurement practices.

May 24, 2018

Los Angeles Bus Ridership: Metro Commencing Redesign of Bus Network

As Metro begins its first comprehensive redesign of its bus network in 25 years, experts convened to understand falling ridership numbers and strategies to better cater to customers.

May 24, 2018

Rick Caruso: The Future of Retail—Including Brick & Mortar—Is Bright!

Speaking at LAEDC's Future Forum, Rick Caruso speaks about how government and the private sector should work together to create transformative places that drive both neighborhood and citywide economies.

May 22, 2018

Does It Matter Who Becomes California’s Next Lt. Governor?

In advance of the June 5 primary election, TPR sits down with two environmental stewards to understand the role of the Lt. Governor in California's climate leadership.

May 14, 2018

A Symphony of Transportation Choices: LADOT GM Seleta Reynolds' Composition

LADOT General Manager Seleta Reynolds updates TPR on the city's 2018 transportation priorities on integrating active transit solutions and autonomous vehicles into the orchestra of city transportation policies.

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