Perils for Pedestrians

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-- We travel to Indianapolis to talk with the executive director of Health By Design, and learn about The Cultural Trail.

-- We meet the Indianapolis Bicycle and Pedestrian Coordinator.

-- We learn about the Springfield-Sangamon County Regional Planning Commission in Springfield, Illinois.

In The Studio - Bird Boxes 101

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Matt Blake hosts Jessica Schlarbaum, Specialist, American Kestral Box building/installation.

topics discussed include: bird box installation, American Kestrels, bbirds of prey, why it's good to keep birds of prey around, California Raptor Center, partnerships with Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts of America and with Center for Land-based Learning.

Recorded 02/22/18.

Davis Futures Forum & Cool Davis presents David Garcia

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David Garcia, Policy Director with the UC Berkeley Terner Center for Housing Innovation, frames the conversation with some housing history and lead into ideas on housing policy, as well as some thoughts regarding construction costs of affordable housing.

David's talk is followed by a diverse panel of Davis stakeholders to present a Davis perspective on the issue.

Presented by Cool Davis and Davis Futures Forum.

Recorded by Davis Media Access on February 7, 2018.

Perils for Pedestrians

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A crosswalk enforcement operation in Bethesda, Maryland.

Topeka, Kansas, has a new pedestrian master plan.

Topeka Metro's bikeshare system and bus stop improvements.

Lawrence, Kansas, and the Lawrence Pedestrian Coalition.

The impact of broken sidewalks on elderly pedestrians in Lawrence.

Perils for Pedestrians

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We visit Memphis, Tennessee. A new bike-ped path on a railroad bridge over the Mississippi River. Public space improvements in the Medical District. A meeting of the Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals. A few words from the mayor.

Populist Dialogues - 18-02 - Saving the Net and Net Neutrality with Municipal Broadband System

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What do we do when the federal agency charged with protecting the free and open Internet instead attacks it, allowing large corporations to charge more depending on who is providing the content? In Portland OR, citizens have organized to create a municipal broadband system. We talk with Garrett Hour, founder of, and Russell Senior, Pres. of Personal Telco Project on why Portland OR should create their own system, instead of having to rely on the private IPS mega-corporations.

In The Studio - Paul's Place at 1111 H Street

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Martha Teeter hosts Bill Pride, Executive Director, Davis Community Meals & Housing.

topics discussed include: the non-profit Davis Community Meals & Housing, facility at 1111 H street, Davis Opportunity Village non-profit micro-housing to house the homeless, Maria Ogyzials designed Paul's Place to replace & improve curretn and add 18 micro-homes for most vulnerable, community asset, privately funded.