GETTING AROUND LA WITHOUT A CAR

*The basics of riding transit, biking, and other alternative transportation*

*Wednesday, November 10. Week 7.*

*5 to 7 PM*
School of Public Affairs 2232

Join us as we explore different ways to get around Los Angeles–yes, without  a car! Learn about different transit options, purchasing passes, your rights  as a bicyclist in the city of LA, and more!
Refreshments and raffle prizes will be available!

Please RSVP so we have an idea of who you are, and what you want to get out of this workshop! http://bit.ly/TAPLA

For more information, contact Malina Tran (malina.t…@ucla.edu) or Michelle Go (michell…@ucla.edu)

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