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CicLAvia head is stepping down; he discusses event's future
CicLAvia head is stepping down; he discusses event's future

Aaron Paley, co-founder of CicLAvia, the hugely popular bicycling and open-streets festival that began in Los Angeles in 2010, emailed me with news: He was planning to step down as the nonprofit organization's executive director and take on a reduced role as executive producer. Since helping to start CicLAvia, the 57-year-old Paley has been wearing two hats; he is also president of the for-profit firm Community Arts Resources, or CARS, which assists in producing CicLAvia and other cultural events. Was I interested, Paley asked, in writing about his move? Sure, if we could do it as a wide-ranging conversation about CicLAvia, his role at CARS and the future of mobility and public...

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