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UCLA Regents’ Lecture: Janette Sadik-Khan

The UCLA Department of Urban Planning

and

The Luskin School of Public Affairs

present

UCLA Regents' Lecturer

Janette Sadik-Khan

5:30 PM Reception
6:30 PM Lecture

California NanoSystems Institute Auditorium

570 Westwood Plaza, Los Angeles, CA 90095

Janette Sadik-Khan is Principal with Bloomberg Associate, and she is a Former Commissioner of New York City Department of Transportation.

Internationally recognized for her expertise in transportation issues, public policy development and innovative finance, Sadik-Khan implemented an ambitious program to improve safety, mobility and sustainability throughout NYC, and ensured a state of good repair on the city's roads, sidewalks and bridges. Sadik-Khan oversaw a series of innovative projects, including creating more pedestrian space in Times Square and along Broadway from Columbus Circle to Union Square, the planning and launch of seven Select Bus Service routes and the nation's largest bike share program, the addition of nearly 400 miles of bicycle lanes and the installation and design of more than 60 plazas citywide, and the publication of a Street Design Manual and Street Works Manual, which defined new standards for creating more durable and attractive streets.

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