Adonia Lugo, PhD is an urban anthropologist, bicyclist, and activist in Los Angeles. She collaborates to envision a sustainable transportation future centered in the needs and experiences of historically marginalized communities and people of color like her. She has written extensively on the socioeconomic implications of bicycling.
Learn more about Adonia Lugo, PhD on her website.
Pedaling the Pueblo is created by Living Streets Alliance and powered by the City of Tucson Department of Transportation and Mobility. We deliver you this mini-program and podcast connecting you to bicycle events and updates in Tucson. We invite city professionals, grassroots organizers, and storytellers to share what they’re working on, what’s exciting in the bicycling ecosystem, and how more people can ditch their cars for better, more equitable biking experiences.
We want to talk about what’s fresh and relevant in Tucson, so if you have a question or topic you’d like to hear covered, email us at [email protected] You can also reach out to us on our Facebook page.