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From Los Angeles to Cape Town, a New Blogger Arrives in D.C.

Matt Kroneberger, a UCLA graduate, is our new blogger for TheCityFix. Photo by Kathryn Chun.

Hello! I’m excited to join EMBARQ as the new blogger for TheCityFix. I recently graduated from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) with a bachelor’s degree in political science. While earning my degree, I completed guest study programs at the University of Cape Town and University of California, Berkeley (UC Berkeley.)

While studying the political economy of international development, I have also worked in many different tiers of the transportation space, most recently, as a communications extern at the Federal Transit Administration. At the FTA, I assisted the Communications and Congressional Relations team with media outreach and policy research. I witness the magic of public transportation daily and have been a committed rider from the LA Metro to the minibus taxis of Cape Town.

As TheCityFix Blogger, I’ll be collaborating with sustainability and development experts to share the latest news and research in policy, practice and innovation in sustainable transport. I greatly look forward to the exchange of ideas across the urban development sphere and encourage those interested in the same to contribute to TheCityFix. Feel free to contact me: matt.kroneberger@wri.org.

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  • Sungdi Imchen

    Case studies on sustainable development for hill cities would be really enriching. The talk over buses  rapid transit systems,cycling etc etc for million+ cities are overwhelming but so little of the other counterparts (hill regions) is studied and discuss. So exchanging ideas and interest on this matter would be awesome.

  • Roberta

    Looking forward to future blogs.

  • Vianney

    I am very excited to hear your take on sustainable transportation.