04/05/11: Ciclavia & Education in Crisis Series

Ciclavia 2011

Luis Sierra Campos meets up with the community outreach coordinator for Ciclavia, happening this Sunday, when the city will make seven miles of roads automobile-free for an afternoon, open only to cyclists, pedestrians, and other people moving on their own natural power. Los Angeles’s Ciclavia is part of the international Ciclovía movement that began in the city of Bogotá Colombia in 1980 as a celebration and protest of traffic stress and car culture.

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