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John Pitts talks about meaning in the death of his sister, Sarah Pitts, a 35-year-old prosecutor in the Brooklyn DA’s office who had just fallen in love with cycling when she was killed by a speeding charter bus. https://www.brooklynpaper.com/opinion-why-justice-for-sarah-pitts-is-important/(22:15) Jacob Bear and Jennifer Gill, Street Librarians, d…
 
Grace Peng, scientist and Natural Resources Chair for League of Women Voters LA County & Beach Cities, teams up with Costa Samaras, associate professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Carnegie Mellon University, to explore and explain how ebikes, but not electric cars, are a solution to pollution. https://twitter.com/gsp…
 
Tafarai Bayne, Ciclavia's Chief Strategist, discusses the history, present, and future of Ciclavia, whose 10th anniversary was 10/10/20.With Ciclavia Board member Jorge Mutis and proud attendees of the first Ciclavia Jennifer Gill (co-host), Meghan Sahli-Wells (Mayor of Culver City), and Wesley Reutimann, Special Programs Director of Active SGV.…
 
Michael Schneider, Founder of LA's nonprofit Streets For All--How do we get Los Angeles to implement its own Mobility Plan 2035?Streets For All has condensed the over two hundred page plan to a single map which includes an extensive network of protected bike lanes from the Valleys to Long Beach: https://www.google.com/maps/d/viewer?mid=1DqymigEQtaZ…
 
This American Bike Vol. 3 with Don Ward, Nick Richert, and Jennifer Gill I. Streets For All founder Michael Schneider on why Los Angeles can't implement its own LA Mobility Plan 2035, and related topics.https://www.google.com/maps/d/viewer?mid=1DqymigEQtaZWjQapam9BDgkQ-DgBGPxy&usp=sharingII.Peter Marcuse of the Brandalism cooperative with artist Mi…
 
Eli Akira Kaufman, Executive Director of the LA County Bicycle Coalition, speaks on the state of the agency, his thoughts on Ciclavia, what we should focus on in bike advocacy, and his growing love of the bicycle as an idea, and in reality.PS-KPFK's in trouble. Please support our host station at this page: kpfk.wedid.it/campaigns/8079/1602…
 
06:28-Nithya Raman, incandescent candidate for LA's Council District 4, on homelessness, protected lanes, and the excitement of a local LA CD race people care about more than any in recent history. www.nithyaforthecity.com25:34-Cynthia Rose, President of Santa Monica Spoke, talks about Santa Monica's amazing new protected bike lanes: https://www.sa…
 
Listener, If you believe in what we do, please consider donating to our host station in their time of need, here: https://kpfk.wedid.it/campaigns/8079/1602Our guests and topics this episode: 0-Dave Snyder, Executive Director of CalBike, on the pandemic version of their annual fundraising Dream Ride.https://www.cadreamride.org/23:10-Ollie Oliver on …
 
Nick and Don talk with Alexandria Contreras, candidate for Downey City Council District One (www.alexfordowney.com/). She's working to unseat the pro-freeway Mayor of Downey, and speaks about the injustice (environmental, economic, and racial) of Metro and Caltrans' planned removal of 200 homes to widen the 605 freeway. With LA Streetsblog editor J…
 
Nick and Don talk with Alexandria Contreras, candidate for Downey City Council District One (https://www.alexfordowney.com/). She's working to unseat the pro-freeway Mayor of Downey, and speaks about the injustice (environmental, economic, and racial) of Metro and Caltrans' planned removal of 200 homes to widen the 605 freeway. With LA Streetsblog …
 
0-Deputy Public Defender and organizer with Ground Game (https://www.groundgamela.org/)Ace Kitano breaks down how cyclist Dijon Kizee was executed at the end of a string of events which began with a minor violation.32:08-Ca. State Senator Scott Weiner and Laura Friedman on their triumphant passage of SB 288, which exempts environmentally beneficial…
 
Don Ward & Nick Richert interview Jimmy Lizama, Founder of LA's seminal Bike Kitchen. Jimmy is the owner and head mechanic of Relámpago Wheelery, a bike shop across the street from his LA Ecovillage home. Jimmy touches on the kinds of connections to community that his work with bikes has been about, and shares his thoughts on a recent LA Times arti…
 
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