Los Angeles is no Copenhagen. And yet, throughout the city, bicycle infrastructure is expanding, and bike culture is exploding. CicLAvia events have given cycling center stage and attracted enthusiasts from all walks of life. The Westside, though, maintains a fraught relationship with this resurgent form of transportation. While many Westsiders treasure their road bikes and weekend rides, commuters still face some mean streets. The Westside may be poised for a bicycle revolution. It will be stoked by the updating of Metro's Westside Mobility Plan, proposals for miles of bike lanes, bike share in Santa Monica, and planners' growing enthusiasm for cycling's role in reducing congestion, pollution, and obesity. Please join WUF's panel of bike advocates, transportation planners, and community experts to discuss how the Westside can change gears.
Laura Cornejo, Deputy Executive Officer for Active Transportation, LA County Metro
Francie Stefan, Strategic Planning and Transportation Manager, City of Santa Monica
Additional panelists TBD
Aaron Paley, Executive Director, CicLAvia
CM Credit - This activity is pending approval by the AICP in the amount of 1 hour
**WUF offers a special, discounted rate for those involved in land use, planning, and development issues on a grass roots and neighborhood level. This discounted rate is for individuals who are involved in our community on an unpaid basis but are not employed in real estate, land use, planning, development, or related fields. The discount is available to five guests per month. The number of discount tickets per year for any individual is limited. If you are interested in attending this WUF breakfast with a discounted rate, please send your request to email@example.com with your contact information and description of your neighborhood level activities prior to February 18, 2015. This special rate is not available after pre-registration closes.
8:00am Panel Discussion
$10 student members
$15 student nonmembers
Pre-registration closes on Wednesday, February 18, 2015. After February 18, 2015 and at onsite registration the cost will be an additional $10.00. No refunds or credits will be provided after this date.