15 Years After Hurricane Katrina; COVID-19 Impact On Public Transit

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Robert Green lost his mother and one of his granddaughters in Hurricane Katrina when the storm swept their house off its foundation as they were on the roof. But he says on this anniversary, he won't be shedding any tears. And, public transportation ridership has plummeted in cities like New York, Chicago and San Francisco because of COVID-19. We talk with the director of transportation for the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency. That and more, in hour two of Here & Now's Aug. 28, 2020, full broadcast. You can find more at — and follow us on TwitterInstagram or join the conversation on Facebook.

This program aired on August 28, 2020.


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