Monica Howe

Outreach coordinator of the Los Angeles County Bicycle Coalition

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Outreach coordinator of the Los Angeles County Bicycle Coalition

Monica Howe on KCRW

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.

Bike to Work Day?

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.

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