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YPT Innovator Series — Coming Soon!

Over the next few months we’ll be bringing you interviews with people doing innovative things in transportation.  If there are organizations you’d like to be highlighted in our series, please drop me a line.  Or better yet, if you are someone contributing to innovation in transportation, share your story.

 


Arthur Pazdan is a transportation geek, attempted polymath, and humbled surfer.  When he’s not paddling out, you can find him at fine coffee purveyors across the San Francisco Bay Area, dreaming of ways to bring our crumbling infrastructure into the 21st century.  Flying cars, here we come.                       @arthurpazdan        Arthur Pazdan on LinkedIn

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