Recent Streetsblog LA posts about Bicycling

Map of the Metro Rail-to-River active transportation path project. The initial phase - Segment A (shown in orange) - will soon be under construction. Plans for Segment B, which will eventually connect the path to the River, are currently being revised.

Metro Approves Rail-to-Rail Walk/Bike Facility, Groundbreaking Expected Next Month

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Yesterday, the Metro board approved getting construction underway on a long-anticipated South L.A. multi-use path project and set the groundbreaking for February 28. The Rail-to-Rail Active Transportation Project – the initial phase (Segment A, above) of a longer Rail-to-River bike/walk route that will eventually connect South L.A. to the L.A. River – will convert a […]
FY20-21 LADOT bikeways included 12.7 new lane miles on Avalon Boulevard in South Los Angeles. All photos by Joe Linton/Streetsblog L.A.

LADOT Annual Bikeway Mileage Installation Up in FY20-21, Buoyed By Resurfacing

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It’s the new L.A. City fiscal year, so time for Streetsblog L.A.’s annual look at the past year’s bikeway implementation. At the end of each fiscal year, LADOT typically publishes its annual report which includes bikeway mileage completed. LADOT recently provided Streetsblog a spreadsheet showing Fiscal Year 2020-21 bikeway implementation. Under Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, LADOT […]