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Joshua Schank

Chief Innovation Officer at Metro

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You don’t have to be Elon Musk to pitch an idea for improving mobility in Los Angeles. Say you have an innovative idea for helping Angelenos get around the region. Who do you talk to?

Pitch your transit ideas to Metro’s Office of Extraordinary Innovation

You don’t have to be Elon Musk to pitch an idea for improving mobility in Los Angeles. Say you have an innovative idea for helping Angelenos get around the region. Who do you talk to?

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