Bike Plan EIR Community Meeting: West

LADOT Western Parking Enforcement Office
11214 West Exposition Boulevard
LA CA 90064

  • Dylan Smith

    From a footnote in the EIR: “LADOT has refined the plans for shared bus/bicycle lanes: where a shared bus/bike lane was proposed LADOT is now proposing a peak-period bus-only lane that would allow bicycles. No bicycle lane would be striped.” Among the affected segments: Westwood (Pico to Santa Monica).

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