Let’s Get Moving! Silicon Valley Transportation Choices and Healthy Communities Summit

lets_get_moving_summit_gymLet’s Get Moving!

Silicon Valley Transportation Choices and Healthy Communities Summit

 Saturday, February 22

Are you tired of sitting in traffic with no real alternatives? Do you feel unsafe or uncomfortable walking or bicycling in your community? Is it getting harder and harder to keep up with the cost of living in Silicon Valley? If so, make sure to attend the second-annual Let’s Get Moving, Silicon Valley Transportation Choices and Healthy Communities Summit. The Summit aims to create greater awareness and foster deep community engagement in transportation and land use planning processes. We’ll provide interactive workshops and trainings and provide opportunities to connect with advocacy organizations and advocates from across the Bay Area. Find out about plans and proposals taking place this year in your city and how you can effectively participate and get involved! For more information or to register, visit our website and our Facebook page.

WHAT: Let’s Get Moving Summit

WHEN: Saturday, February 22, 2013, from 9:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

WHERE: Avenidas Senior Center 450 Bryant St., Palo Alto, CA

WHO: Silicon Valley community and business leaders, environmental and social justice advocates, neighborhood residents, elected officials, and city/county staff.

SPONSORS:  AGEnts for Change; Aging Services Collaborative of Santa Clara County; California Walks; Caltrain; Catholic Charities of Santa Clara County; Great Communities Collaborative; Greenbelt Alliance; Health Trust; Institute of Community and Civic Engagement, De Anza College; Island Press; Law Foundation of Silicon Valley; Mineta Transportation Institute; Mountain View Chamber of Commerce; Safe Routes to School National Partnership, Bay Area Region; Samtrans; San Jose State University, Urban and Regional Planning Department; San Mateo County Health Systems; San Mateo County Transportation Authority; Santa Clara County Public Health Department; Services and Immigrant Rights & Education Network (SIREN); Sierra Club, Loma Prieta Chapter; Silicon Valley Community Foundation; Silicon Valley Independent Living Center; Stanford University; Sustainable San Mateo County; The Non-Profit Housing Association of Northern California; TransForm; Urban Habitat; VTA; Working Partnerships USA; Youth United for Community Action (YUCA)

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¡Vamos Adelante! 

Seminario Sobre Movilidad y Comunidades Saludables en el Condado de Santa Clara

San José, CA – ¿Está cansado de estar estancado en el trafico sin alternativas? ¿Se siente inseguro en caminar o andar en bicicleta en su comunidad? ¿Se la hacho difícil poder pagar la renta de su hogar recientemente debido a aumentos excesivos en la renta? No se pierde del segundo seminario anual sobre movilidad y comunidades justas y saludables en los Condados de Santa Clara y San Mateo llamado “¡Vamos Adelante!”. El seminario se trata de crear más conciencia y promover el involucramiento comunitario en procesos de planeación del transporte, desarrollo de vivienda, y urbanización. Proveeremos talleres y entrenamientos interactivos y oportunidades para conocer organizaciones y activistas involucrados en abogacía a lo largo del Área de la Bahía. Enterase de planes y propuestas que se llevaran a cabo este año en su ciudad y como participar efectivamente. Para más información o para registrarse, visite nuestra página de internet, llame al (408) 406-8074, o mande un correo electrónico a clepe@transformca.org.

 

QUE: Seminario Sobre Movilidad y Comunidades Saludables

CUANDO: Sábado, 22 de febrero, 2014, de las 9:00 a.m. a 5:30 p.m.

EN DONDE: Centro Comunitario Avenidas, 450 Bryant St., Palo Alto, CA

QUIEN: Líderes comunitarios, comerciantes, activistas de justicia social, ecologistas, residentes, representantes de agencias gubernamentales, y representantes elegidos.

ORGANIZADORES Y PATROCINADORES: AGEnts for Change; Aging Services Collaborative of Santa Clara County; California Walks; Caltrain; Catholic Charities of Santa Clara County; Great Communities Collaborative; Greenbelt Alliance; Health Trust; Institute of Community and Civic Engagement, De Anza College; Island Press; Law Foundation of Silicon Valley; Mineta Transportation Institute; Mountain View Chamber of Commerce; Safe Routes to School National Partnership, Bay Area Region; Samtrans; San Jose State University, Urban and Regional Planning Department; San Mateo County Health Systems; San Mateo County Transportation Authority; Santa Clara County Public Health Department; Services and Immigrant Rights & Education Network (SIREN); Sierra Club, Loma Prieta Chapter; Silicon Valley Community Foundation; Silicon Valley Independent Living Center; Stanford University; Sustainable San Mateo County; The Non-Pr­­­­ofit Housing Association of Northern California; TransForm; Urban Habitat; VTA; Working Partnerships USA; Youth United for Community Action (YUCA)

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