Heyden Walker on Building Accountability into Federal Transportation Spending
Heyden Black Walker is a Strong Towns "super member" in Austin, TX. She's an urban planner and advocate and serves on the board of the CNU-Central Texas Chapter and on the City of Austin Pedestrian Advisory Council. Today, Chuck Marohn and Heyden Walker discuss the highway I-35 project in Austin, which Heyden wrote about on Strong Towns earlier this year. They talk about the implications of a surge in federal infrastructure spending and the local impacts of federal spending in places like Austin.
This interview is part of our ongoing conversation on federal infrastructure spending.
Want to hear more from Heyden Walker? Listen to her previous Strong Towns podcast interview from CNU23.