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Martin on the Seattle Growth Podcast

Martin was a guest on a recent episode of the Seattle Growth Podcast, which covered transportation.  Martin starts at the 30 minute mark, but the interview with SDOT director Scott Kubly is interesting as well. You can listen right here:   I’ve been enjoying the series from the first episode.
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