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Transportation, Jobs And Technology
Transportation, Jobs And Technology

AIR DATE: February 25, 2014

Transportation problems, from poor planning to terrible congestion, can impede economic development. And while Las Vegas currently does a pretty good job connecting workers to available jobs on public transportation, the region may need to improve transportation options to attract diverse and high-tech employers. So what parts of our traffic system are working well? And what do we need to improve?


Adie Tomer, senior research associate, Brookings Institution

Stephanie Garcia-Vause, executive director, Southern Nevada Strong

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