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Transit thrives on density. It’s most effective in serving mobility needs in corridors where a concentration of places to live, work, and play means higher trip demand and densely packed vehicles. This density is the antithesis of public health measures to control the spread of COVID-19. The pandemic has affected transit demand, supply, funding, management, and politics. What is transit’s path forward to recovery?

Speaking:

Darnell Grisby
Director, Policy Development and Research, American Public Transportation Association

Brian Taylor
Director, UCLA Institute of Transportation Studies

Phil Washington
CEO, LA Metro

A panel discussion on public transportation’s current challenges and recovery scenarios. A moderator will facilitate a Q&A session among the speakers and registered participants.

This session will be simulcast on YouTube for observer access.

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