Re-Cycling the Roads: New Developments in Bicycle Infrastructure in the US and China

From SFBC:

What can be learned from the successes and failures of bicycle infrastructure projects in China and the US, and can successes in the one travel to the other? Learn about new developments in bicycle infrastructure in the US and China. How can activists, urban planners, and city officials work together to create livable, viable, and green urban environments? Speakers include Timothy Papandreou, Deputy Director of the Sustainable Streets Initiative at the SFMTA, and independent urban planning consultants.
Wine and cheese provided; SFBC members $5, Non-SFBC members $10. Co-sponsored by the SF Bicycle Coalition, The Sierra Club and the Asia Society of Northern California. RSVP to 415.421.8709 or 

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