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Sustainability Matters: Bicycle Sharing Programs from Paris to San Jose
Friday October 9th, noon - 1:30pm.
King Library, Room 225
The purposes of the workshop are twofold: 1) to present information on
innovative programs, and 2) to begin a dialogue about the future role of
biking for SJSU students, faculty, and staff. The panelists are Rod
Diridon (Executive Director of the Mineta Transportation Institute), John
Brazil (Bicycle and Pedestrian Program Coordinator, City of San Jose),
Corinne Winters (Executive Director, Silicon Valley Bicycle Coalition),
Lilia Scott (Transportation Planner) and Andy Chow (Commute Specialist,
SJSU's Transportation Solutions). These experts will share their knowledge
of successful bike integration into everyday commuting patterns.
Based on your involvement with sustainability and transportation issues, I
thought this event would be of particular interest to you. A light,
sustainable lunch will be provided, and all attendees will be entered in a
raffle for a folding travel bike that will be given away at the end of the
Please let our Project Manager, Jennifer Goropse, know if you will be able
to attend by 10/5.
With warm regards,
Katherine Kao Cushing, Ph.D.
Special Assistant to the President and Director of Sustainability
Office of the President
San José State University
One Washington Square
San José, CA 95192-0002
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