LACBC and Metro’s Downtown Bike Ride

Metro and LACBC will lead a Downtown
Bike Ride beginning at 8 a.m. at the Civic Center Metro Rail Station to LA City
Hall.

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Be Traffic! The good kind, though, because it’s Bike Week. It’s that fresh springtime week when some entities that do very little for bikes most of the time talk about how much they do for bikes, while finalizing their budgets that contain nearly nothing for bikes. Smile for the camera! It’s also a good time […]

LACBC’s Car-Free Friday

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Los Angeles County Bicycle Coalition (LACBC) has launched a new campaign called "Car–Free Fridays" to encourage both new and experienced riders to commit to using the bicycle as a means to commute to work and to make their shorter trips by bike at least one Friday of the month.  The campaign is aimed to get […]

Metro Bike-Share Opens July 7, Mobility Advocates Team up for Equity

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Southern California’s largest bike-share system, Metro Bike Share, debuts next week! Metro Bike Share will feature 1,000+ bicycles at 65+ docking stations in downtown Los Angeles. Starting July 7, Metro Bike Share will only be available to pass holders who sign up in advance. On August 1, the bike-share system will open to walk-up customers. The system is […]

Today’s Headlines

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Metro Fare Hike In Effect on Monday (The Source) Councilmember Buscaino Rides the Famous Wilmington Bike Lanes (CD15 Youtube) D.A. Lacey Responds to LACBC on Olin Case, Summary: Nope (LACBC) Mayor Garcetti’s Great Streets Is on Tumblr Scary Ignorant CHP Officer Pulls Over Fast-Descending Cyclist (Biking in L.A.) Fed TIGER Grants Announced: 2 To Improve […]

A Very Bikey Week in Livable Streets Events

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Let’s just jump right in, shall we? Monday – Bike Week kicks off in L.A. in just a couple of minutes.  Join Metro and City executives and some of the city’s top bike advocates at Exposition Park at 10:00 A.M.  Get the details, right here. Monday – When it comes to Bike Week, the City […]

Big Bike Meeting Today

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(Editor’s Note: This is the last in a five part series examining the five bike-related items on this Friday’s City Council Transportation Committee Agenda.  The first piece looked at the city’s bike sharing program, the second discussed the Bike Rider’s Bill of Rights, and Wednesday’s looked at bike licensing. Thursday we saw that the Bike […]