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VOSD Podcast: The Unintended Consequences of the Proposed 'Convadium'

We dig into the nitty-gritty details of the latest “convadium” developments with Erik Bruvold, leader of the National University System Institute for Policy Research, and dive deep down the rabbit hole of all the plan’s unintended consequences for San Diego citizens, hoteliers and sports teams.

This week on the Voice of San Diego podcast, we’re digging into the nitty-gritty details of the latest San Diego “convadium” developments. We discuss how it affects San Diegans, how each possible route could play out and more.

Erik Bruvold, leader of the National University System Institute for Policy Research, joins the show as an expert in all things convadium-related.

Podcasts hosts Scott Lewis and Andrew Keatts go down the rabbit hole of all the unintended consequences for San Diego citizens, hoteliers, sports teams and everyone else involved. They also dip into Civic San Diego’s comprehensive downtown mobility plan, which is focused on making it easier to live downtown without needing to drive.

Hero of the Week

San Diego Unified School District’s Subdistrict E and those who stepped up to fill the vacancy left by embattled former Board President Marne Foster.

Goat of the Week

The San Diego Metropolitan Transit System, which plans to outfit every security guard with body cameras but has agreed to let the footage be kept private.

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