Registration is now closed. Click here to sign-up on the wait list. The UCLA Complete Streets for California conference on Friday, March 2, 2012,will highlight recent accomplishments, explore new research, and presentimplementation examples and benchmarks to create multi-use street environmentsthat promote vibrant, healthy and active communities.Featuring Keynote Address from:Jonathan Fielding, Director, Los Angeles County Department of Public Health and County Health Officer Gil Penalosa, Executive Director, 8-80 CitiesConference Topics Include:- What is the Role ofComplete Streets in the Larger Transportation Network? – Redefining Street Performance Metrics – Complete Streets for Whom? Equity Considerations – Re-purposing Road Space as Public Space – More than Mobility: People, Provisions and Pollution Control The conference will provide information on Complete Streets issues forplanners, elected and appointed public officials, engineers, non-profitorganizations, advocates, consultants, students and others involved in the Complete Streets field.8 hours of CM (AICP) credits are available for attendees. Co-hosts:UCLA Lewis CenterUCLA Luskin Center for InnovationUCLA Luskin School of Public AffairsFor full agenda & sponsorship opportunities, please click here.