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L.A. County Bicycle Advisory Committee

8:24 PM PDT on April 17, 2010

is to inform you that the next Bicycle Advisory Committee (BAC) meeting for the
County’s Bikeway Master Plan has been scheduled for Wednesday, April 21st. 
The meeting details are as follows:

Time & Date:  04/21/2010; 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

Location:  Board
Overflow Room (across from Cafeteria); 3rd Floor, Metro Headquarters; 1 Gateway
Plaza Los Angeles, CA 90012-2952

Attachments:  Meeting
Agenda, Draft schedule for next round of workshops, Draft Postcard for Outreach,
Comment Matrix for Existing Conditions Report, Draft Design Guidelines for Lane
Width Recommendations.

Yusuf,, (626) 458-3940

Directions: Click here for directions to the Metro
Headquarters Building.

parking is available in Metro’s parking garage on the P1 level between
the fish tank/customer service center and Metro elevators.
  From the
bike parking, go to the 3rd floor using the Metro elevators.

Transit: Metro Rail Lines:
Gold, Purple, and Red; by Metrolink; Metro bus lines: 40, 42, 68, 70, 71, 76,
78, 79, 333,439, 445, 704, 728, 740, 745, 770, and Silver Line;
Santa Monica Transit
10 and Amtrak


Use the Vignes Street entrance to enter Metro parking lot.  Metro will
validate parking.

feel free to inform others who may be interested in attending this meeting.

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