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Complete Streets for Los Angeles



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 a vision for complete streets and explore how to achieve this vision in Los Angeles.

Who should attend: This event is geared towards city planners, developers, transportation engineers, advocates, health professionals, and researchers to share the latest research, policy, technical tools, organizing strategies, and case studies.

Confirmed speakers include:

  • Rick Cole, City of Ventura
  • Jonathan Fielding, Los Angeles County Department of Public Health
  • Allan Jacobs, author of Great Streets
  • Richard Jackson, UCLA School of Public Health
  • Robert Gottlieb, Urban and Environmental Policy Institute, Occidental College
  • Michael LoGrande, City of Los Angeles Planning Department
  • Alexis Lantz, Los Angeles County Bicycle Coalition
  • James Rojas, Latino Urban Forum
  • Anastasia Loukaitou-Sideris, author of Sidewalks
  • Ryan Snyder, Ryan Snyder and Associates

Location: Downtown L.A. at the Japanese American National Museum, 369 East First Street.


This conference is an endeavor of the UCLA Lewis Center and the UCLA Luskin Center for Innovation, supported by the UCLA School of Public Affairs, and is made possible by funding from the Department of Health and Human Services through the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health.

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