Promoting bicycle use for transportation, work, leisure, and sport in Los Angeles with bike education programs that teach people of all ages how to use bicycles safely and legally for everyday mobility needs.
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The recent passing of the "Cash-for-Clunkers" Bill signals another short-sighted attempt to keep Americans addicted to oil for the sake of the economy. This Bill is nothing but a clever way to give the auto industry more taxpayer money. At best this program will bring only marginal environmental benefits with weak requirements such as a new car getting at least 4 more miles per gallon than the old car will be eligible for a $3,500 voucher. Give me a break, why can't this country move forward with sustainable transportation policies?
Conversely, the Scrap-It program in British Columbia, Canada takes its trade-in program several steps further with vouchers for transit, bicycles and car shares. Now this is a real attempt to get people on the path to sustainable mobility. Once again U.S. policy makers show they are pawns to big industry and public opinion means almost nothing at the end of the day.
President of Sustainable Streets, a California nonprofit public benefit corporation located in Los Angeles with a mission of building healthy communities by encouraging people of all ages and backgrounds to engage in active transportation for their everyday mobility needs.
Volunteer work includes serving on the Public Advisory Committee for Culver City's bicycle pedestrian master plan, BikeWritersCollective, Bike Working Group steering committee, LA Greensters, Heal the Bay, TreePeople, and Greenpeace.