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Jill Sourial holds a Masters degree from UCLA in Urban Planning with an emphasis on Environmental Policy and Regional/International Development. She was staff for over eight years to former Los Angeles City Councilmember Ed Reyes on issues of land use, transportation, renewable energy, parks, and open space, including a long-term revitalization plan for the Los Angeles River. Jill is trained in group facilitation and conflict resolution, and has extensive experience working with diverse communities to transform the built environment. Jill is currently consulting to several nonprofit organizations and public agencies in order to support urban sustainability in the Los Angeles region and beyond.

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A River Runs Through It: 710 Corridor and River Bike Path

The longest continuous stretch of the L.A. River bike path traverses alongside the I-710 freeway. Can the path and the neighboring river contribute to the transportation and public health goals of the I-710 corridor?
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