For the first time, Livable City followed the annual Livability Awards ceremony with a free summit exploring the interconnected fields of transportation, mobility and public health.
Category: Sustainable Transportation
On July 14, Livable City presents the first-ever free Livability Summit, bringing policy to the people with talks on transit, mobility and public health from 10 am to 3 pm at the Chapel on 777 Valencia Street during Sunday Streets Mission.
On July 14, a free Livability Summit comes to Sunday Streets Mission, taking place right on the route at Valencia’s The Chapel from 12:15 to 3 pm.
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