This Week In Livable Streets: Bike Week 2016

sblog_calendarIt is Bike Week, including Bike to Work Day! Get up on your bike and enjoy one of the 52 great weeks a year for bicycling in Southern California.

Did we miss anything? Is there something we should list on future calendars? Email joe@streetsblog.org.

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Tonight, LACBC lets you ask an officer all about walking and bicycling laws. Lots more going on this week: South L.A. community planning, Metro committees, Cal Poly Pomona’s alternate transportation conference, bike-share, shared mobility and more. Monday 11/14 – NOTE THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED BECAUSE THE LAPD OFFICERS WERE REASSIGNED FOR THE EVENING. Tonight, the L.A. […]

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The Regional Connector subway gets boring! Or gets exciting, as it were. Plus Metro meetings, bike counts, T.R.U.S.T. South L.A. celebrations, People for Bikes, Latin@ urbanism, Glendora Avenue, and much more this week. Monday 10/17 – The city of West Covina is holding its second community workshop for redesign for Glendora Avenue. The meeting takes place at 6 […]

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Here it is – the first regular calendar from your new editor Joe, so be nice! There are Metro meetings, weekend bike tours, a Saturday walk on South L.A.’s historic Central Avenue, and more! Tuesday – 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. – Learn how $5.6 billion worth of freeway tunnels will reportedly “reduce congestion” and “improve air quality.” Metro’s […]

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It’s Bike Week, so there are bike-related events nearly every day. We’re not going to mention every bike week event, nor provide a comprehensive list of Bike to Work Day stops and Happy Hours. But you can find that information here for Metro’s calendar and here for the always over-achieving Bike Week Pasadena. Today – […]