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Vice President and Director, Metropolitan Policy Program
The Adeline M. and Alfred I. Johnson Chair in Urban and Metropolitan Policy
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Developing the next generation of civic leaders from the business community http://t.co/Duajhqh52N
The #NewOrleans economy has stalled & is not generating enough income to improve living standards. http://t.co/gHvh9vaJiE @amy_liuw
We should prioritize the accessibility our transit systems provide for *people* rather than the movement of vehicles http://t.co/weatB0Ejuo
“Fixing” traffic congestion by overemphasizing road construction doesn’t seem to be working, says @rpuentes http://t.co/weatB0Ejuo
Regional economic growth doesn’t happen on its own; somebody must bring the right stakeholders together http://t.co/Duajhqh52N
.@amy_liuw comments on the state of the #NewOrleans economy 10 years after #Katrina hit. http://t.co/gHvh9vaJiE http://t.co/4jIErCy9Tb
Regions need leaders who can both manage a business and run a government agency http://t.co/Duajhqh52N
RT @berubea1: If you read one "Show Me a Hero"
oped this month, I recommend @emilymbadger: http://t.co/Djesfgxjnr
Make it easier for people to access economic opportunity rather than move cars around faster, .@rpuentes urges http://t.co/weatB0Ejuo
Job growth in #NewOrleans is slowing & new jobs are largely low-quality. http://t.co/gHvh9vaJiE @amy_liuw http://t.co/bH5ByKi71W
Sobering statistics on #NewOrleans: Job growth in the area is slowing & new jobs are largely low-quality. http://t.co/gHvh9vaJiE @amy_liuw
#NewOrleans' geography of poverty has shifted markedly since #Katrina. @berubea1 & @NatalieHolmes3 explain:http://t.co/uEJVl6nzKx
Rethinking urban traffic congestion to put people first. Read the latest from @rpuentes http://t.co/weatB0Ejuo
An increasingly diverse younger generation will make up a growing share of the workforce. http://t.co/twtrELTg4m http://t.co/435cBxpN9W
As #NewOrleans' economy slows, poverty grows and median income falls. http://t.co/gHvh9vaJiE @amy_liuw #Katrina http://t.co/X9hbz38VTK
If you build it they will come: building roads in order to move vehicles faster often makes traffic worse http://t.co/weatB0Ejuo
RT @urbanophile: Brookings: Rethinking urban traffic congestion to put people first - http://t.co/OZhfm7Bopf
Post-#Katrina #NewOrleans is trending back to a sluggish economy w/ high inequality & not enough opportunities. http://t.co/gHvh9vaJiE
10 years after #Katrina, work to reinvent #NewOrleans remains unfinished. http://t.co/gHvh9vaJiE @amy_liuw
New Blog: With Tech Garden, Syracuse seeds regional growth:
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