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How does transit affect one of our most basic needs -- food? Access to quality, fresh produce or just basic groceries is an important function of transit. So is enriching the experience of public gathering spaces. Learn how communities in Atlanta, Dallas and Phoenix are using transit as a tool to respond to food deserts and improve access to quality groceries. Whether it's active transport, a food bus, or regulations that allow communities to promote food choices, hear how these cities are leading the way.
Moderator: James Cromar, AICP, Director of Planning, Broward Metropolitan Planning Organization, Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Adelee Le Grand, AICP, Associate Vice President, AECOM, Atlanta, Georgia
Veletta Lill, Former Executive Director, Dallas Arts District, Dallas, Texas
Donald Keuth, President, Phoenix Community Alliance, Phoenix, Arizona