City of Los Angeles Bicycle Advisory Committee

7:00 pm, Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Hollywood Neighborhood City Hall – Community Room

6501 Fountain Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90028

1. Call to Order/Determination of Quorum/Self-Introductions

Presentations, Updates, and Public Comment

2. Los Angeles Police Department Update – Commander Villegas/Sgt. Krumer (10 minutes)

3. Office of the Mayor Update (including Mayor’s Bike Summit 8/16/10; CicLAvia 10/10/10) – (10 minutes)

4. Metro Update (including Enhanced MTA Bicycle Policies & Programs approved 9/23/10; next Metro Bicycle Roundtable 11/5/10 and Subcommittee Meetings) – (5 minutes)

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

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

7. Bicyclists and Animal Safety – Phyllis Daugherty (5 minutes)

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

Action Items

9. Approval of Minutes: June 1, 2010 and August 9, 2010

10. BAC Planning Subcommittee September 14, 2010 Recommendations:

· City of Los Angeles Revised Draft Bicycle Plan and Five Year Implementation Strategy

11. BAC Advocacy and Education Subcommittee September 21, 2010 Recommendations: (none)

· Bicycle Hit and Run Penalty Increases (Life Before License Campaign – Alex Thompson)

· Bicycle Rest Stop: Pacific Coast Hwy. in Pacific Palisades

12. Sharrows Shared Lane Pilot Program: Six locations

13. Prevention Of Harassment Of Bicyclists CF 09-2895 : Report By City Attorney

14. BAC Member Recommendations Submitted To Mayor Villaraigosa Prior To Mayor’s Bike Summit 8/16/10

15. DOT Expanded Community Outreach Process CF 10-2387 S1

16. Bicycle Theft and Recovery

17. Westside Subway Extension: Bicycle Access, Parking, Accommodation (Draft EIS/EIR deadline 10/18/10)

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

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

20. Pending City Council Motions Relating To Bicycles

BAC Subcommittee, Officer, and Member Reports

21. Subcommittee Reports (other than Action Items above, including announcement of next meeting)

· Advocacy and Education – Ron Skarin

· Bikeways – Joe Linton

· Planning – Kent Strumpell

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

23. Member Reports/Comments/Announcements

Additional Public Comment and Adjournment

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

25. Next Meeting: Tuesday, December 7, 2010 ; Deadline For Agenda Items To Chair: November 28, 2010

26. Adjournment

Please 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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