Amanda Bromberg

Board member, CicLAvia

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Community development and planning associate in Los Angeles, California, and a board member for CicLAvia, an annual Los Angeles celebration of car-free streets

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Ciclovias , or days where streets are closed to cars, began as popular events in Bogota, Colombia and have spread to European and American cities, like New York's  Summer Streets .

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