With traffic congestion increasing rapidly there is rising frustration amongst Washington citizens, especially commuters. This episode of Washington Policy on the Go engages in a transparent discussion with Bryan Mistele, founder of INRIX. We dove into the various practical and innovative solutions that are available today and how we can tangibly support the implementation of said solutions. Ultimately, we landed on a few fundamental ways that average people can affect local policies and...
At Washington Policy Center's Westside Breakfast on February 21st, WPC center directors briefed attendees on the ongoing 2019 legislative session. Speakers included:
Todd Myers, director of WPC's Center for the Environment
Mariya Frost, director of WPC's Coles Center for Transportation
Liv Finne, director of WPC's Center for Education
Paul Guppy, WPC Vice President for Research
Newly elected WPC Young Professionals Board Chairman Carsten Belanich interviews WPC's Coles Center for Transportation Director Mariya Frost about the current challenges and concerns for the future of Washington state's transportation system.
WPC's Communications Director David Boze sits down with Jason Mercier, WPC's Center for Government Reform director (and budget guru) to discuss Governor Inslee's proposed budget. It's the first episode truly "on the go" in that it was recorded while Jason was being driven to the airport.
This episode of Washington Policy on the Go features WPC Young Professionals Director Miranda Hawkins talking with documentary filmmaker Chris Rufo about his investigation of the homeless crisis in and around Seattle.