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BLM Fueling A Revolution

From PA Times article Three Reasons Why Black Lives Matter is Fueling A Revolution

Discussions about race in America are often difficult—not because of the historic insult, the lasting legacy or continuing oppression—but because many question whether any or all of these exist. 689 more words


Learning from Lancaster: 3 lessons on completing streets and improving quality of life

Last month, Investing in Place met with parents of the First 5 LA Best Start community in the City of Lancaster to talk about transportation concerns. 644 more words

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Five important reasons to support the L.A. County parks measure on the November ballot

This blog post was co-written by Tori Kjer, Los Angeles Program Director, Trust for Public Land and Jessica Meaney, Managing Director at Investing in Place.  Learn more about the #OurParks coalition by visiting  695 more words

Social Equity

Defining transportation equity in Los Angeles County.

This week, we convened our Transportation Equity Technical Work Group to help define transportation equity in Los Angeles County. We’re excited to bring our partners together on September 12th at The California Endowment to discuss and review our transportation equity recommendations for Metro’s Long Range Transportation Plan. 536 more words

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What do Palmdale parents want? What we all need: safe, walkable communities

Last Tuesday, Investing in Place met with parents of the First 5 LA Best Start community in the City of Palmdale (in the Antelope Valley) to talk about transportation concerns and issues. 734 more words

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Ballot Measure Recap: What Did We Win?

Two years ago, over 60 #metrofundwalkbike advocates attended a Metro Planning & Programming Committee meeting on the Short Range Transportation Plan, setting off a series of actions and… 1,524 more words

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