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Live.Ride.Share, L.A.’s First “Shared Mobility Conference” Comes on Monday

3:40 PM PST on February 19, 2015

After you have spent the weekend celebrating Streetsblog Los Angeles' 7th birthday party, you'll probably be too exhausted to go to work. If that is the case, consider attending Live.Ride.Share, a conference on the future of mobility in the "share economy." The all-day conference is currently at maximum registration, but you can find the RSVP information at the end of the story.

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The Live.Ride.Share conference will bring together local and national transportation leaders to discuss both a quickly growing economic sector and the role the sharing economy can play in the changes taking place in Los Angeles-area transportation.

The conference will feature presentations, panel discussions and workshops that include locals leaders such as Mike Bonin, Michael Woo and Seleta Reynolds and state, national and international figures such as Stuart Cohen, Ben Plowden, and David Bragdon.

For me, Plowden is a particularly exciting speaker. As Director of Surface Strategy and Planning at Transport for London, he is known as the brains behind the city’s groundbreaking “cycle superhighway” plan. He will be discuss London’s strategies for enhancing cycling infrastructure and what L.A. can learn from London’s innovative approach.

To get on the waiting list for the conference, click here.

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