We bolster the movement for transportation justice by supporting allies from neighborhood activists to elected officials.
We work to strengthen the power of advocates for bicycling, sustainable transportation and their many interrelated movements by advancing and supporting our local bicycle advocacy and social justice partners and bridging them to state policy change. We elect champions to office and facilitate powerful education and encouragement programs.
Absolutely central to our work is the coordination and strengthening of our network of local and regional organizations, including the impressive cohort of youth leaders who gather biannually at the California Bicycle Summit. We deliver resources to these groups through our events and workshops and through revenue generated by the bicycle-themed DMV license plate we are working to develop.
We monitor state agencies and share information with these bicycling and transportation justice advocates to help them organize responses to new threats and new opportunities. Together we will shift the state narrative around mobility and build a unified movement that fights for more livable and healthy communities for everyone.
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