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Valley Volunteers and Cyclists Needed in Van Nuys Tomorrow

If you want a chance to help with bike planning in you area, tomorrow might be your chance.  With funds from a CALTRANS grant, the LACBC and Metro are teaming up to gather community input on how best to plan for better bike and pedestrian access to the Van Nuys Orange Line Station.   Here are the event details from LACBC's blog:

WHAT: LACBC and Metro are working on a plan to improve bike and walk access to the Van Nuys Metro Orange Line Station. Be ready to do a short bike or walk tour to give key input on the plan!

WHEN: Saturday, May 31st, 10am-1pm, Free Lunch with RSVP

WHERE: Marvin Braude Constituent Services Center, 6262 Van Nuys Blvd., Conference Room 1A (Corner of Sylvan and Van Nuys)

Bike parking available

RSVP: If you can volunteer or attend, please contact Dorothy Le or 213 629 2142.

More info about LACBC:

More info about Metro bike planning:

Photo: Ryangutang/flickr

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