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An Infrastructure Economy: The Key to Unlocking the Power of Bicycles with Shabazz Stuart

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Date: 
Tuesday, October 13, 2020 - 6:30am
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An Infrastructure Economy: The Key to Unlocking the Power of Bicycles with Shabazz Stuart


 


 
Event: An Infrastructure Economy: The Key to Unlocking the Power of Bicycles with Shabazz Stuart
Date:Tuesday, October 13, 2020
Location Virtually, via Zoom Video Communications
Schedule: 6:30 – 8:00 p.m. Program

Program:
 
While the city’s transportation policy founders, there remain more prosaic questions facing New York cyclists in the bike boom: for instance, where can I lock safely or get a repair efficiently? Shabazz Stuart, cycling advocate and founder and CEO of Oonee  bicycle storage systems, has answers! 
 
Shabazz’s proposals for how street space can be repurposed to support cycling and promote business are informed by his three-year stint running operations for Downtown Brooklyn Partnership, the business improvement district for the third busiest retail district in the City.  Shabazz is a member of the Board of StreetsPAC, the cyclists’ political action committee, and of the Advisory Council of Transportation Alternatives. He also has been a leading voice questioning the city’s pandemic transportation policy.
 
As always, non-members of NYCC are welcome. The event will be streamed live over Zoom onto your phone, desktop, or other device.  If you are not a member please consider joining NYCC for just $1 for the first month by clicking here.
 
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An Infrastructure Economy: The Key to Unlocking the Power of Bicycles with Shabazz Stuart
10.13.2020
6:30am
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