Recent Streetsblog LA posts about Bike Parking

Map of permitted accessory dwelling units in the city of Los Angeles. Image via Department of City Planning [PDF]

NIMBYs Against Parking Reforms For Granny Flats

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Someone is circulating wording to help L.A. Neighborhood Councils oppose reforms that would make it easier to permit new granny flats. Fostering granny flats, or in planner-speak "accessory dwelling units" (ADUs) is one way to encourage affordable housing and gradually increasing density while preserving neighborhood character.

News Bites from BikeLA Webinar: Gap, Parking, Cycle Tracks, Metrolink

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Last night, the city of Los Angeles Departments of Transportation (LADOT) and City Planning (DCP) hosted a webinar to introduce L.A. cyclists to what are called the “second year study corridors” for the L.A. City Bicycle Plan.┬áThe webinar included a presentation and a question and answer session. The unscripted Q&A yielded a handful of newsworthy […]