Rudy Espinoza, LURN

To me, Investing in Place is an opportunity to convene stakeholders from all walks of life to talk about how we can use public resources in a way that truly builds neighborhoods that work for the residents that live in them. Too often, decisions around transportation projects and infrastructure developments take place without considering the needs of all people, especially residents in low-income communities. This under-representation needs to stop because everyone’s voice matters. Investing in Place’s work is an opportunity for us to lift up different voices in the movement to build a Greater Los Angeles.