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In March 2009, more than 300 community residents, activists,
researchers, and others gathered at L.A. Trade Tech for the 2009 L.A.
Bike Summit. Building on that experience and broadening the agenda to
include the parallel issues of biking, walking, and related streets
issues, The Urban & Environmental Policy Institute at Occidental
College is helping facilitate the L.A. STREET SUMMIT 2010: BIKING,
WALKING, AND MORE.

This year's Summit will focus on making our
streets more accessible and more friendly for everyone --cyclists,
pedestrians, children, seniors, all Angelenos!

Learn more at http://lastreetsummit.org
Register for the event today to be guaranteed lunch: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/lastreetsummit2010

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