In the Car Capitol of the World, it’s Bike to Work Day
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Los Angeles may be the car capitol of the world, but almost one percent of the population has told census takers they ride bicycles to work on a regular basis. Today was Bike to Work Day, which led the LA County Bike Coalition to show up in force at Los Angeles City Hall.
- Monica Howe: Outreach coordinator of the Los Angeles County Bicycle Coalition
- Michelle Mowery: Senior bicycle coordinator for the City of Los Angeles
- Tim Blumenthal: Executive Director of Bikes Belong
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