Creating a Bikeable UCLA: A Vision for a Healthy & Vibrant Future
Join a public dialogue with Urban Planning, Public Health, Institute of the Environment and Sustainability, Transportation, Recreation, UCLA Community Bike Center, UCLA students, local business leaders, and cycling advocates.
Wednesday, February 29, 2012
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
California NanoSystems Institute Auditorium, UCLA
- Jack Powazek, UCLA Administrative Vice Chancellor
- Dr. Richard Jackson, UCLA Environmental Health Sciences
- Cully Nordby, UCLA Institute of the Environment and Sustainability
- Nurit Katz, UCLA Sustainability Coordinator
- Renee Fortier, Executive Director UCLA Events & Transportation
- Madeline Brozen, Complete Streets Initiative UCLA School of Public Affairs
- Jay Greenstein, Chief Field & Transportation Deputy, Council District 5
- Andrew Thomas, Executive Director, Westwood Village Improvement Association
- Jonathan Weiss, Member, City of Los Angeles Bicycle Advisory Committee
- Cullen McCormick, Director, Bike Coalition at UCLA
Creating A Bikeable UCLA: A Vision for A Healthy & Vibrant Future, is a discussion focused on biking infrastructure at UCLA, public health concerns, the impact on the environment and urban planning design. The event offers an opportunity to engage with leaders from UCLA, LA City and the community on issues related to active transportation and embracing a vision for a healthy and vibrant future on campus at UCLA.
Hosted by UCLA. Light refreshments provided by Whole Foods.
There will also be a raffle sponsored by the Graduate Student Association Sustainable Resource Center.
Photo credit: UCLA Transportation