CICLE NELA Campaign Meeting

Campaign Meeting – get involved, get updated, get more bike parking and bike lanes and a more livable community in the NELA!

More campaign information at CICLE blog:
http://www.cicle.org/cicle_content/pivot/entry.php?id=2528#body

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Bike Corrals for the City of Los Angeles

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A bike corral on York Blvd.  Rendering by Matt Schodorf Due to Los Angeles City Council leadership and community advocacy, bike corrals may soon be coming to Los Angeles. The April 14th meeting of the city’s  Transportation Committee is scheduled to hear a council motion on implementation of a pilot corral in Northeast Los Angeles. Here’s the backstory on how […]

C.I.C.L.E. Announces Campaign to Make N.E.L.A. More Bike Friendly

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Photo of Ciclists in NELA via C.I.C.L.E. Yesterday, C.I.C.L.E. announced that they are ready to take the next steps in advocacy when they announced their "North East L.A. Campaign."  Generally, C.I.C.L.E. has focused their advocacy efforts on helping people get, and stay, on their bikes by providing classes, workshops and social rides.  However, the group […]

CICLE: Northeast L.A. Bike Campaign Meeting

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C.I.C.L.E. is just getting going on our campaign to make Northeast Los Angeles more bicycle friendly. Read our introductory article here: www.cicle.org… Do you want to see more bike lanes? sharrows? bike corral? all of the above? Come help define our campaign priorities… get involved!

New Transportation Group Coming to L.A. Help Us Pick a Name and Win Membership for Life

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As a lot of you know, back east I worked for a group called the Tri-State Transportation Campaign, a transportation reform organization that fought highway and other car traffic inducing projects and promoted Smart Growth and alternative transportation. The Campaign didn’t advocate for a favored mode of transportation, embrace a certain environmental ideology or confine […]

Anger and Optimism Expressed Over BMP Maps

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Last Friday, the city released the first piece of its Bike Master Plan when it posted the draft area maps that will make up the framework of the engineering portion of the Plan. "Word on the street" is that the City's Planning Department , the body that is in charge of the BMP despite the widely held belief that it's the LADOT Bikeways Division, didn't want to release the plan piecemeal. If the reaction from advocates and bloggers is any indication of the general feelings towards the plan, then the instinct to withhold wasn't a bad one.

Bike Lanes Planned for Fletcher Drive, Meeting Tonight

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At tonight’s meeting of the Glassell Park Improvement Association, Los Angeles City Councilmember Mitch O’Farrell will be presenting the Department of Transportation’s (LADOT) planned Fletcher Drive Streetscape Project. Project plans are posted at the GPIA website. The project includes a road diet with bike lanes, plus new landscaped median islands. The bike lanes extend 0.8 miles from […]