UCLA Lewis Center Lecture: Promoting Cycling and Walking for Sustainable Cities

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How Much Can Bicycling Help Fight Climate Change? A Lot, If Cities Try

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A new study from the Institute for Transportation and Development Policy attempts to measure the potential of bikes and e-bikes to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. ITDP’s conclusion, in short: Bicycling could help cut carbon emissions from urban transportation 11 percent. The authors calculated the carbon emissions reduction that could result if cities around the world make a strong, sustained […]

UCLA Speakers Series: Transportation, Land Use and the Environment

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The UCLA Program on Local Government Climate Action Policies and Lewis Center for Regional Policy Studies proudly present the fall speaker series: Perspectives on Local Climate Planning. In this series leading academics, policymakers, and practitioners discuss how cities, counties, and regions can meet the challenges of mitigating and adapting to climate change.While much attention is […]

2013 UCLA Complete Streets Conference

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DoubleTree by Hilton 120 South Los Angeles Street Los Angeles, California 90012 United States Map and Directions The 2013 UCLA Complete Streets Conference will highlight recent accomplishments, explore new research, and present implementation examples and benchmarks to create multi-use street environments that promote vibrant, healthy and active communities. The conference will provide information on Complete Streets issues for […]

Complete Streets for Los Angeles

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REGISTER NOW VIBRANT SIDEWALKS • LIVING STREETS • GREAT NEIGHBORHOODS Safe and Comfortable Access for All Complete streets enable safe and comfortable access for all users on both streets and sidewalks in a way that promotes vibrant, healthy, active, and sustainable neighborhoods.  This one-day event brings together civic leaders, researchers, and community organizers to articulate […]

This Week In Livable Streets

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Tonight, LACBC lets you ask an officer all about walking and bicycling laws. Lots more going on this week: South L.A. community planning, Metro committees, Cal Poly Pomona’s alternate transportation conference, bike-share, shared mobility and more. Monday 11/14 – NOTE THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED BECAUSE THE LAPD OFFICERS WERE REASSIGNED FOR THE EVENING. Tonight, the L.A. […]