East Bike Ambassador Meeting

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East Bike Ambassador’s monthly meeting, and the first of 2013.

With the Neighborhood Bike Ambassador program we will have the ability to develop, train, and empower new advocacy leaders in the City of LA and expand our membership capacity to build long-term support for safe and healthy streets citywide. The Bike Ambassadors ability to advocate for on-the-ground improvements will be critical for successful bike plan implementation as projects are planned in more and more communities.

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