The pandemic is transforming urban life. People have been fleeing cities for the suburbs and more affordable living as the infrastructure and social dynamics of larger areas continue to change. It comes as a new poll shows the financial toll COVID-19 has had on America’s four largest cities. The future of our cities and what life will look like after the pandemic.
- CapRadio Politics Reporter Nicole Nixon with the latest at the statehouse and President Trump’s visit to Sacramento
- Kinder Institute for Urban Research at Rice University Director and California Planning & Development Report Editor-Publisher William ‘Bill’ Fulton growth in suburbs and exodus in cities, California, jobs, how the infrastructure is impacted/changing, urban housing, etc
- Zillow Economist Jeff Tucker navigates the impact of COVID-19 on real estate and what the housing market might look like after the pandemic
- Transportation planner, and equity strategist, and Nelson/Nygaard Consulting Associates Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Principal and Director Naomi Doerner transit and city planning as a means to promote racial equity