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Bicycle Advisory Committee ofthe City of LosAngeles

11:11 AM PDT on June 2, 2014

Bicycle Advisory Committee of the City of LosAngeles


Tuesday, June 3, 2014, 7:00 p.m.

Pan Pacific Recreation Center

7600 Beverly Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90036

1. Call to Order – Count for Quorum – Member Sign In

2. Approval of Minutes from April 2014 Meeting

3. Presentation by and discussion with Kevin James, President, Board of Public Works

4. Public Comment:   Non Agenda Items: All speakers must submit a City of LA Speaker Card

before they will be recognized. Public Comment is limited to two (2) minutes per speaker.

5. LADOT Bikeways Program Report

6. LADOT Bikeways Engineering Report re Bikeways Installed and In Progress

7. Planning Department Report

a. Update re status of Bike Plan Year 1 and Year 2 Environmental Package Projects

b. Mobility 2035 Update

8. Bikeways Subcommittee Report:

9. Advocacy and Education Subcommittee Report:

10. Planning Subcommittee Report

11. Expo Phase II Bike Path: Discussion and possible action re design and location of bike path,

including (a) safety and operational concerns re design of bike/pedestrian path at

Westwood Blvd station and (b) orientation of bike path at Westwood Neighborhood

12. Hit and Run:  Discussion and possible action re BAC support for proposed legislation

addressing hit and run issue.

13. North Figueroa Bike Lanes:  Discussion and possible action, including LAPD and LAFD

opposition to bike lanes

14. Upcoming Events/Activities:

15. Officer Reports – Chairman  – Vice Chairman

16. Member Reports – Emphasis on Council District Meetings and Projects

Next Meeting – August 5, 2014

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