Metro Bicycle Round Table

Metro Headquarters

Huntington Conference Room, 3rd Floor

across from Cafetería

One Gateway Plaza, 3rd Floor

Los Angeles, CA 90012

 

(Accessible from Metro Red, Purple, and Gold Lines)

Vignes Exit

 

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Preliminary Agenda: 

  • ·        Overview of Board Directives
  • ·        Bicycle Parking
  • ·        Corridor Identification

 

Followed by 2 Tables of Interactive Discussions:

  • ·        Corridor Identification
  • ·        Gap Identification

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