Episode 98: Part of a System of Public Goods with Benita Hussain

December 21, 2020

Especially during COVID-19, Benita Hussain shares how getting 100% of US residents with park and greenspace access within a 10 minute walk of their homes is more important than ever and requires leaders to give decision making and design to the...

Episode 97: Hey, Anyone Want to Start an Advocacy Org with Az Chougle

December 16, 2020

Az Chougle, executive director of Transit Alliance Miami, has learned that advocacy is a “grand experiment in psychology” where clear goals, crisp communication, and a foundation of equity are necessary to advance your agenda.

Episode 96: From Road Share to Mode Share with Tara Pham

December 09, 2020

After being the victim of an automobile-bicycle crash, Tara Pham co-founded street sensor startup Numina to give communities a better way to understand how people were using the street so that planners can create safer, more equitable, and more...

Episode 95: Far Too Focused on Solutions with Daniel Firth

December 02, 2020

Daniel Firth has spent his career helping communities around the world study and implement congestion pricing, one of the most politically challenging transportation tools available. One of the most critical lessons he’s learned can be applied...

Episode 94: One Voice to Elevate Other Voices with Lynda Lopez

November 25, 2020

Being an advocate can be scary, especially when you are challenging those in power. Lynda Lopez has spent her career as an advocate confronting and overcoming that...

Episode 93: Always Dreaming About What it Could Be with David Howard

November 18, 2020

As Chief Deputy Secretary of the North Carolina Department of Transportation, David Howard must balance not only the needs of both urban and rural transportation users, but also the potential of innovation with the foundation of transit networks.

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