City of Los Angeles Bicycle Plain Implementation Team

The next BPIT (Bike Plan Implementation Team) meeting will take place on Tuesday, July 10th in the California Bear Credit Union Community Room (first floor adjacent to Broad Plaza) at Caltrans District 7 Headquarters, 100 South Main Street, from 1:00 p.m. to 2:30 pm.  Get more details at the LADOT Bike Blog.

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City of LA Bike Plan Implementation Team (BPIT) Meeting

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The Bike Plan Implementation Team (BPIT) for the City of LA meets on the 1st Tuesday of every month at 2:00 PM in City Hall, Room 721. Since it isn’t always convenient for bicyclists and community members to physically attend these meetings, you all are invited to utilize the meeting’s webinar feature to listen in […]

New Bike Lanes Appear on Rampart Boulevard

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Earlier this week, a pair of brand new bike lanes appeared on Rampart Boulevard between Beverly Boulevard and 6th Street. What makes this development news worthy, outside of the excitement people feel whenever new lanes are added to the streets, is that these lanes come as something of a surprise. Los Angeles cyclists have been […]

The Week in Livable Streets Events

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Finally, the long saga of the Bike Plan is at an end. Tuesday – The Bike Plan goes in front of the Full City Council for Final Approval.  I swear to God, if they postpone a vote, I might lose my mind.  The meeting starts at 10:00 A.M. at City Hall. You can watch the […]

Gov 2.0 : Livable Streets Taking Over the Internet

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“Bus Only Lanes” “Bike Lanes in Major Streets” “Closing Streets for Events” “More showers and bike rental/parking stations” Is this a Livable Streets wishlist for the City of Los Angeles?  Yes.  But it’s also the topics highlighted by LA/2B, the interactive online discussion program employed by the LADOT and City Planning to solicit feedback on […]

City Council Gives Unanimous Nod to New Bike Plan

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It’s all over but the signing.  And that’s scheduled for tomorrow. By a 12-0 vote, the Los Angeles City Council approved the Bike Plan sending it to the Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa’s desk for a signature.  The Los Angeles County Bicycle Coalition and Villaraigosa have already announced the signing will take place tomorrow on the steps […]