Jarrett Walker, author of the book, Human Transit, as well as the Human Transit blog, takes some time out of his travel schedule to talk with Scott Bogren about the re-emerging human elements in transit service design and implementation, and extols the truth in the geometry of transit. We discuss Portland's confluence of leadership and strong, clear decision about public transit 30 years ago -- and where the next Portland might be found. Any conversation with someone who describes their core professional pleasure as, "seeing transit working well in the real world," is bound to be a fascinating conversation. Jarrett Walker did not disappoint.
Listen here (24:36)