Streetsblog TV: We’re Live Streaming Tomorrow’s Presentation by Gabe Klein

Tomorrow afternoon we’ll be Live Streaming the presentation by former Chicago and Washington D.C. DOT boss Gabe Klein, live at 1 pm from City Hall. You can watch the presentation here.

Sometimes Live Streams can be a bit choppy, and City Hall isn’t exactly known for high quality wi-fi, so we’ll be recoding the videos and uploading them to our YouTube page over the weekend. We’ll post notices as the videos are uploaded.

The speech is sponsored by the Urban Land Institute Los Angeles Chapter and the Office of Mayor Eric Garcetti. If you’re not familiar with Klein, you can catch up a little by reading Streetsblog’s event preview post from Monday.

I’m the person behind the camera. Tweet comments, suggestions, angry notes to @damientypes. If we’re not broadcasting for whatever reason, I’ll let you know via twitter first.

P.S. – We fixed the glitch from last time. We should be clear sailing tomorrow.

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