NPG Committee Meets Thursday, May 6

Agenda: https://greaterwilshire.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/NPG-Agenda-05-06-2021.pdf
Supporting documents: https://greaterwilshire.org/NPGdocs/
Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85450128914 (to participate in Public Comment, make sure your Zoom app is up-to-date)
Join by phone: (669) 900-6833 or (877) 853-5257 (toll-free), Zoom ID# 854 5012 8914
(Cancellation Notice of May 3rd Meeting: https://greaterwilshire.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/Cancellation-of-NPG-05-03-2021.pdf)

Recording Link for 4/21 LADOT Stress-Free Connections Meeting

At a special joint meeting of the GWNC Transportation Committee and Board on April 21, 2021, LADOT representatives David Somers, Rubina Ghazarian, and Severin Martinez presented on and answered questions about the Stress Free Connections Project, which includes the GWNC intersections of 4th/Highland, 4th/Rossmore, and Beverly/St. Andrews. A recording of the meeting is available at https://youtu.be/bBWuvQzFUpw.

“Your Federal Government 101” with US Rep. Jimmy Gomez

Monday, April 5th, 6:30 p.m. – Virtual Town Hall – No registration required

Join by Zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82607693605.
Dial in: (669) 900-6833 (San Jose) or (877) 853-5257 (Toll Free) | Meeting ID 826 0769 3605

Join the Greater Wilshire Community in welcoming US Representative Jimmy Gomez (D-CA 34th District) who will answer your questions about what your congressperson does all day: how they serve their constituents at home and represent you at the federal level. Plus, Rep. Gomez will discuss his experience serving our city in the California State Assembly, and how you can get the most out of your representatives in Washington, D.C.

E-Bike Town Hall

Local Experts take your Questions about Electric Bicycles and their Place in Urban Transportation

In 2020, annual US sales of electric bicycles more than doubled to half a million units. Much of the increase was from young city dwellers in search of transportation alternatives. Today, a diverse marketplace pits long-established bike makers Trek and Specialized against e-pioneers such as Rad Power. Even Honda, Porsche, and Harley are vying for a share of the fast-expanding market.

As Los Angeles struggles to address traffic, parking, housing, equity of opportunity, and global warming, have we arrived at the age of the e-bike?

Learn from local experts and aficionados in an informational panel discussion with live Q&A.

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