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Bicycle Advisory Committee of the City of Los Angeles

To City Bicycle Advisory Committee members and other interested persons:

agenda for the next Bicycle Advisory Committee (BAC) of the City of Los
Angeles scheduled for 7:00 p.m. Tuesday, June 1, 2010 is attached as
well as copied and pasted below.  Once again the BAC will be meeting at
the Hollywood Neighborhood City Hall Community Room.

I understand that the
City's revised draft Bicycle Plan will now be released sometime in June but I have not been given an exact date.

BAC members:  Please plan to arrive by 7:00 p.m. so that we will
have quorum and be able to start the meeting on time.  Also, please let
me know in advance if you know you will be absent.  Thanks.

Hope to see you
on Tuesday.

Glenn Bailey, Chair
Advisory Committee
of Los
Office/Voicemail:  818-453-3407

Advisory Committee of the City of Los


7:00 pm, Tuesday, June 1, 2010

Hollywood Neighborhood City
Hall - Community Room

6501 Fountain Avenue, Los
Angeles, CA 90028

1. Call to Order/Determination
of Quorum/Announcement of New Appointee(s)/Self-Introductions

Presentations, Updates, and
Public Comment

2. Los Angeles Police Department Update (Policy
and Training) – Commanders Doan/Villegas/Sgt. Krumer

3. City
Planning Department – Claire Bowin/Jane Choi/Jordann Turner

· City
of Los Angeles Draft Bicycle Plan Update

4. Metro
Update (including Metro Bicycle Roundtable 5/12/10)– (5 minutes)

5. Los
Angeles Unified School District Update – (5 minutes)

6. Safety
Programs Update – Tana Ball, Pat Hines (5 minutes)

7. Presentation: “Backbone Bikeway Network” – Jeremy Grant (10

8. Public Comment
on Non-Agenda Items (two minutes per speaker; 10 minutes total)

Action Items

9. Approval
of April 6, 2010 Minutes

10. City of Los Angeles Draft Bicycle Plan
Consideration of Any Additional BAC Recommendations

11. BAC
Planning Subcommittee May 11, 2010 Recommendations:

· Metro’s 30/10 year plan include
bicycle and pedestrian projects

· Bureau of Engineering preserve space for a paved bicycle and pedestrian
pathway on Frederick Street where the Penmar Water Quality and Runoff Reuse
Project plans a pumping station

· Sharrows installations should include signage
that illustrates where cyclists should ride

12. BAC
Advocacy and Education Subcommittee May 25, 2010 Recommendations:

· Abandoned bicycles (Council
motion CF 09-0681) (no recommendation)

· Bicycle operation on sidewalks
(Council motion CF 09-0680) (no recommendation)

· Bicycle registration by private
entities (support)

13. DOT
Bicycle Program Report – Michelle Mowery (written report requested)

14. DOT
Bikeway Engineering Report – Paul Meshkin (written report requested)

15. Pending
City Council Motions Relating To Bicycles

16. Bicycle
Parking Compliance With Los Angeles Municipal Code

17. Implementation
of Remaining Bicycle Lanes Designated In Adopted Bicycle Plan

BAC Subcommittee, Officer, and Member Reports

18. Subcommittee Reports (other
than Action Items above)

· Advocacy and Education – Ron

· Bikeways – Joe Linton

· Planning – Kent Strumpell

19. Officer
Reports: Chair and Vice-Chair – Glenn Bailey, Jay Slater

20. Member

Additional Public Comment and Adjournment

21. Additional
Public Comment on Non-Agenda Items (two minutes per speaker; 10 minutes total)

22. Next
Meeting: Tuesday, August 3, 2010 ;
Deadline For Agenda Items To Chair: July 26, 2010

23. Adjournment

note: Any member of the public desiring to speak on an item included in this
agenda must complete a ‘City of Los
Angeles Speaker Card”, available at the meeting, and
submit the form to any LADOT representative. All cell phones and other devices are to be turned off or otherwise set
so as not to disturb the meeting. Please
do not disrupt the proceedings once the meeting has commenced.

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