START: Update: Galen Mook and Eli Akira Kaufman, Executive Directors of the Massachusetts Bicycle Coalition and the Los Angeles County Bicycle Coalition, respectively, on the bike issues of the day. www.massbike.org/ www.la-bike.org/
7:35 Road Revolution: The historic closing 2/3 of a mile of Griffith Park Drive to cars is part of Los Angeles CD4 Councilmember Nithya Raman’s “Road Revolution.” She and ally California 43rd District Assemblymember Laura Friedman talk about their celebration of wins for the park, as well as Laura’s upcoming bills for active transportation and emissions reduction. a43.asmdc.org/ councildistrict4.lacity.org/
31:39 Unblocking: Carter Lavin helps bike advocates navigate political roadblocks. He and fellow Bay Area resident Stacey Randecker (who literally stops and slows traffic with Slow Jam rides and “Just a Minute” actions) talk about how to be more politically effective. twitter.com/CarterLavin
51:27 Livability: Livable Communities Initiative concepts with Jenny Hontz and Ed Mendoza. With Bike Talk cohost and Los Angeles CD 5 Bicycle Advisory Council Representative Taylor Nichols. livablecommunitiesinitiative.com
Edited by West Hollywood Bicycle Coalition Founder Kevin Burton.