Hosted by Assemblymember Laura Friedman
California has ambitious goals to address climate change and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. As a result, more and more Californians are embracing zero-emission vehicles, from electric cars to motorized scooters and bicycles, and transforming the way cities think about transportation planning in the process. Please join us as we discuss the obstacles cities face in balancing transportation needs, local regulations, safety, privacy, and emission reduction goals on the road to a greener California.
Bradley Calvert, Assistant Director of Community Development for the City of Glendale
Alissa Walker, Urbanism Editor at Curbed
Marcel Porras, Chief Sustainability Officer at Los Angeles Department of Transportation
Avital Shavit, Senior Manager at Metro’s Office of Extraordinary Innovation
George Kivork- Senior Public Policy Manager, Lyft
In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990, assistive listening devices are available upon request. Requests must be submitted 72 hours in advance. Please contact the event organizer to submit a request.