This week’s line up on WNPR’s “Where We Live” starts with a conversation on transportation.

On Monday, Jim Cameron, Chairman of the Connecticut Metro-North Rail Commuter Council, and Norman Garrick, Associate Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Connecticut will talk about the commuter culture on the Metro North Railway, traffic problems, and social impact.

The conversation continues on Tuesday with bioethics and then takes a one-day hiatus for some special July 4th programming. On Thursday the conversation turns to violence in the Capitol City and includes a conversation with Hartford Police Chief Daryl Roberts and mayoral candidate, Rev. Patrice Smith. And Friday’s conversation has yet to be announced.

The live interactive radio program which explores important issues and ideas that affect where, how and even why people live in Connecticut, airs 9 a.m. Monday through Friday on WNPR. For the full week of shows visit the Where We Live web site.