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Addressing Long Commute Times Along the Slauson Corridor

Addressing Long Commute Times Along the Slauson Corridor
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By Neighborhood Data for Social Change

Published in partnership with the USC Price Center for Social Innovation in support of the Neighborhood Data for Social Change. The platform is a free, publicly available online data resource that provides reliable, aggregated data at the city, neighborhood, and census tract level.

The mission of the USC Price Center for Social Innovation is addressing long commute times along the Slauson corridor. Strategies to improve the quality of life for people in low-income urban communities. In 2018, the city of Los Angeles received a grant to develop a neighborhood-level climate resiliency plan for South Los Angeles.

In order to help inform responsive policy making in this geography, The community began an engagement process to identify community priorities. One of which being the relationship between air quality, transportation and community health.

The Slauson Corridor Home to just over 149,500 people, the Slauson Corridor […]

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