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L.A. County Working on Its Own Bike Master Plan

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As a couple of people have pointed out to me, today the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors is voting on a $434,363 proposal to fund the creation of a county-wide Bike Master Plan.  Details are still sketchy at this point, but we do now the proposal calls for Alta Planning to devise the plan, the same consultants working on the City's Bike Master Plan and the city's Sharrows plan.

It's also worth noting that the county's BMP hasn't been updated since 1975, before Jimmy Carter was a national presence and a couple of years before I was born.

Photo: Wildbell/Flickr

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