With traffic continuing to snarl Los Angeles County’s freeways and an urgent need to reduce auto emissions to curb climate change, the need for public transportation has never been more urgent. But a recent sharp increase in crimes on our local train system has made riders more reluctant than ever to ride the rails.

Is there a fix? Join us for an in-depth discussion about how to mend our metro system so that it can realize its promise to provide affordable, efficient and low-emission transportation.


Jim McDonnell, Director, USC Price Safe Communities Institute; former Sheriff, Los Angeles County

Rachel Uranga, Transportation and Mobility Reporter, Los Angeles Times

Gina Osborn, Chief Safety Officer, Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority

Moderator: Genevieve Giuliano, Distinguished Professor and Margaret and John Ferraro Chair in
Effective Local Government, USC Price

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