Peter Morrison presents data on Los Angeles’s demographics. Using an array of statistical mapping and data analysis techniques, Morrison clarifies Los Angeles in contrast to compother American cities. Morrison uses the data to project future conditions.
Video Archive | Demographics (4)
Peter Morrison talks about the different paths Angelenos take when moving to the city. He describes the city’s horizontal pattern at being an extension of the American Dream, and that evolving demograpic patterns percolated these patterns around the region. Morrison outlines some statistical data on the changing face and image of Los Angeles.
Peter Morrison describes the ethnic diversity of Los Angeles and contrasts it with other American, and world urban conditions. He argues that Los Angeles has been eliminating emissions and effectively dealing with pollution. Morrison outlines job market projections and the region’s workforce.
The panelists discuss emerging trends in Los Angeles and its inhabitants. They describe the different scales of urbanism, and the difficulty that creates in creating a cohesive regional infrastructure that makes transportation a seamless transition from one place to another. They also describe the economics of maintaining regional infrastructure to support a growing economy.