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New Brunswick Ciclovia Lecture & Reception

New Brunswick Tomorrow's Child Care Consortium

Friday, October 4, 2013 from 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM (EDT)

New Brunswick Ciclovia Lecture & Reception

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Ciclovia Public Lecture at the Bloustein School 91 Tickets Ended Free  
Ciclovia Reception at the Heldrich Hotel 9 Tickets Ended Free  

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New Brunswick CICLOVIA 

A Collaboration of: The City of New Brunswick, New Brunswick Tomorrow,
Johnson & Johnson, Rutgers, The State University of NJ




Ciclovia: Open Streets For Active Living 
Public Lecture, Moderated by the Alan M. Voorhees Transportation Center 

Friday, October 4, 2013, 3pm – 5pm 

Bloustein Auditorium 
Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy 
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey 
33 Livingston Avenue New Brunswick, NJ 08901 


Reception immediately following Lecture at

The Heldrich Hotel
10 Livingston Avenue
New Brunswick, NJ 08901

RSVP: Eventbrite, or (732) 246-0603, or at mreyes@nbtomorrow.org

First 100 Registrants will receive an Autographed Copy of City Cycling at the Reception*
*Must Be Present At Reception To Receive Book




Lecture Features

Guillermo Penalosa
Executive Director, 8-80 Cities

Founder of Ciclovia

Gil Penalosa is passionate about cities for all people, regardless of social, economic or ethnic background. Gil advises decision makers and communities on how to create vibrant cities and healthy communities for all: from 8 to 80 years old. His focus is the design and use of parks and streets as great public places, as well as on sustainable mobility. Because of his unique blend of pragmatism and passion, Gil’s leadership and advice is sought out by many cities and organizations. As Executive Director of the Canadian non-profit organization 8-80 Cities for the past six years, Gil has worked in over 130 different cities in all continents. As former Commissioner of Parks, Sport and Recreation for the City of Bogotá, Colombia, Gil successfully led the design and development of over 200 parks of which Simón Bolívar, a 360 hectare park in the heart of the city is the best known; here he created the Summer Festival, with over 100 events in 10 days and more than 3 million people attending, making it the main annual recreational and cultural event in the country. Gil’s team also initiated the “new Ciclovia”— a program which sees over 1 million people walk, run, skate and bike along 121 kilometers of Bogotá’s city roads every Sunday, and today it’s internationally recognized and emulated.

John Pucher
Professor, Rutgers University
Author of "City Cycling"

John Pucher has been a professor at Rutgers University since 1978, conducting research on transportation economics and finance, urban travel behavior, transportation systems, and government policies in the United States, Australia, Canada, and Europe. Over the past 15 years, John's research has focused on walking and bicycling, and how to improve their safety and convenience for all age groups, for women as well as men, and for all levels of physical ability. He encourages walking and cycling for recreation as well as for practical trips to work, school, and shopping to increase physical activity and to help people toward healthier lifestyles. John has published three books and over 100 articles in academic and professional journals. His most recent book is entitled “City Cycling,” published by MIT Press in 2012. John has spent several years as a visiting professor at universities in Germany, Canada, and Australia, and just returned to Rutgers University after spending the first half of 2013 as visiting professor at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

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When & Where

Lecture at The Bloustein Auditorium & Reception at The Heldrich Hotel
33 Livingston Ave
New Brunswick, NJ 08901

Friday, October 4, 2013 from 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM (EDT)

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New Brunswick Tomorrow's Child Care Consortium

Since 1975, New Brunswick Tomorrow has led the revitalization of our city. NBT has launched hundreds of initiatives in collaboration with our many public and private partners. Collectively, we’re guided by our passion to see people empowered to live better lives and create stronger communities. Learn more about how we're moving people forward at http://www.nbtomorrow.org

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