Ryan Wiggins, TransForm

With access to federal and state transportation funding becoming more limited–and more competitive than ever–regions like Los Angeles increasingly depend on homegrown local funding to make the investments needed to invest in healthy, sustainable, and economically vibrant communities. It’s important that we use our limited resources in deliberate and innovative ways to ensure that our transportation system promotes greater equity, health, and long-term sustainable economic development. Investing in Place is ready to lead this charge so that all Angeleno’s have healthy, clean, efficient, and affordable transportation choices.