Reserve now for Janette Sadik-Kahn

October 14, 2009 at 3:01 pm Leave a comment

Don’t forget to make your reservation for what promises to be a pretty special lecture:

Shifting Gears II Lecture Series

Transportation, Health and the Built Environment

Learning from New York 

Monday, October 19, 7 pm

 Venue: Room 11 and 12, East Building (under the sails), Vancouver Convention and Exhibition Centre, 999 Canada Place

Free admission; reservations required. Call 778-782-5100 or email


Janette Sadik-Khan is a transportation superstar in North America. As New York City’s Transportation Commissioner, she helped introduce protected bike lanes, pedestrian plazas, sustainable street designs and, most dramatically, closed five blocks of Broadway in Times Square to vehicles — while improving traffic flow!

Find out how she transformed New York and how that could affect us, our health, and our urban environments. 

These lectures are sponsored by the Bombardier Foundation and the Active Transport Lab at the University of British Columbia and BC Recreation and Parks Association. Program partner: Simon Fraser University City Program.

Additional sponsorship for Jeanette Sadik-Khan’s lecture provided by Translink. This is a shoulder event to the Gaining Ground/Resilient Cities conference on October 20–22, 2009.

Admission is free but seating is extremely limited and reservations are required. Call 778-782-5100 or email .

Image above from Price Tags 108 on Cycling in New York.


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