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Casey Brazeal is a Chicago Writer whose work has appeared in Extra and New City Newspapers.
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Casey Brazeal is a Chicago-based writer. His background includes time as a reporter with a weekly column for Extra Newspaper in Chicago. He’s also published news stories and interviews for New City Newspaper, Vócalo Radio and Site Sketch 101. In his previous life as a Content Strategist, Casey wrote social media content, website copy, and advertising communications for a number of clients including Rotary International, Coca-Cola and The Chicago Wolves. He’s an experienced marketer who previously worked at Quorn Foods as their Brand Manager where he led their innovation team, managing sales professionals, food scientists and marketing for all new products in the U.S. working in partnership with Whole Foods, Wal-mart and Kroger. Casey has a proven track record of uncovering customer insights. Casey has a Bachelor of Arts Philosophy with a Minor in History.

Recent Posts

20 hours ago
CSX moved operations away from Hulsey Yard, so what should the land become?
What's Next ATL
2 days ago
Transportation for America’s report argues that the growing cost of maintaining highways should refocus spending away from expansion projects, toward maintenance efforts.
Streetsblog USA
4 days ago
A fight over the travel data of shared use mobility companies is just starting in Los Angeles.
Wired
6 days ago
Alexander Garvin argues that it’s time for the end of the mega-project in an excerpt from "The Heart of the City: Creating Vibrant Downtowns for a New Century."
Next City
April 7, 2019, 9am PDT
Years after other cities implemented transit trackers, Knoxville is getting a bus tracker to help commuters move through the city.
Knoxville News Sentinel
April 4, 2019, 1pm PDT
A payroll tax will fund the expansion of bus services in Umatilla County, Oregon.
Union Bulletin
April 3, 2019, 11am PDT
The framework proposed by the authors of the Green New Deal may be too much for Congress, but many of these polices are already in place at the state level.
Environmental Law at Harvard
April 3, 2019, 10am PDT
Low wages and a strong economy are making it hard to find new bus drivers in Denver. The lack of drivers leads to decreased service.
Streetsblog Denver
April 3, 2019, 8am PDT
Redfin released its updated transit scores for 2019 and, while there’s little change in the ranking, cities like D.C. and New York did see changes in their scores.
Redfin
April 3, 2019, 5am PDT
Despite a dip in vehicle miles traveled (VMT) in 2009, Americans continue to drive more and farther, despite some mistaken assumptions about Millennial travel behavior.
CityLab