Los Angeles Bicycle Master Plan Update

Those of you in or around the Los Angeles, CA area may be interested in attending one of the Master Bicycle Plan Update public workshops starting this Saturday. According to their press release:

“The intent of the Bicycle Plan is to expand bicycle usage through further development of bicycle riding facilities, improvement of existing facilities, and creation of bicycle support programs. Ideally, the bicycle network will increase bicycle usage in place of automobiles.”

Here are the workshop dates and times:

Central/South Los Angeles
Date: Saturday February 16, 2008
Location: Expo Center Swim Stadium-Community Room
Address: 3980 S. Menlo Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90037
Time: 10am-12pm

West Los Angeles
Date: Wednesday February 20, 2008
Location: Felicia Mahood Multi Purpose Center
Address: 11338 Santa Monica Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90037
Time: 6:30pm-8:30pm

Valley Area
Date: Wednesday February 27, 2008
Location: Marvin Braude-San Fernando Constituent Services Center,
Conference Room 1B
Address: 6262 Van Nuys Blvd, Van Nuys, CA 91401
Time: 6:30pm-8:30pm

Harbor Area
Date: Saturday March 1, 2008
Location: Banning’s Landing Community Center
Address: 100 E. Water Street, Wilmington, CA 90744
Time: 10am-12pm

They’re also interested in people mapping out their current routes and submitting them. You can find more information at http://www.labikeplan.org

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  1. Jett says:

    Atlanta has recently kicked off one of these as well. It’s an opportunity to use the increased interest in cycling to our advantage. In particular, there’s an online survey where I happily expressed my preference for cycling over cars, walkable communities and making the price of a long commute match the cost of a long commute through tolls and/or taxes. It took only a few moments of my time and shows that cyclists are concerned about transportation decisions.

    Often we question “Why doesn’t the government do anything for cycling?”, but unless we tell them what we want, how will they know what we want?

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