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Welcome to the LADOT Bike Program Facebook Page. We hope to keep you updated on the great things we're doing for bikes in Los Angeles.
Welcome to the LADOT Bike Program Facebook page! LADOT supports bicycling as a legitimate form of transportation, an effective source of exercise, and a great way to have fun. Beyond personal benefits, bicycling helps to improve air quality, ease congestion on the roadways, and can help make communities healthier. The LADOT Bike Program is committed to funding and building bicycle infrastructure on Los Angeles' roadways, offering safe bicycling information, providing maps of bicycle facilities, installing convenient bicycle parking throughout the City, and generally encouraging the growth of the bicycling community.
2310 FB users likes L.A.D.O.T. Bike Program, set it to 8 position in Likes Rating for Los Angeles, California in Government organization category
REMINDER: In the event or prediction of rain, the #LARiver and #Arroyo Bike Paths will be closed. Share this tip with all the bike path users you know. Sorry for the inconvenience! #bikeLA
Bike Path Closure: For your safety the LA River Bike Path is closed due to the rain. Remember however you travel, to use additional caution when traveling in the wet.
Upcoming Lecture: UCLA’s Lewis Center and Institute of Transportation Studies is hosting a lecture on Monday December 8th: “Lyft in a New Era of Technology-Enabled Mobility: Implications for Policy and Planning.” The lecture will be given by Emily Castor, Lyft’s Director of Community Relations. For more info and to register for this free lecture, please visit the following link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/lyft-in-a-new-era-of-technology-enabled-mobility-implications-for-policy-and-planning-tickets-14329789787
Stay Informed: Metro and Caltrans will soon be releasing the draft environmental document for the State Route 710 North Study. For more information about the project and the five alternatives being considered, please visit its website:http://www.metro.net/projects/sr-710-conversations/ and join the email list to get the latest updates as they become available: http://www.metro.net/projects/sr-710-conversations/commentquestion-form/
Upcoming Lecture: UCLA’s Lewis Center and Institute of Transportation Studies is hosting a lecture on Wednesday December 3rd: “Environmental Justice Activism and Transportation in Los Angeles.” The lecture will be given by Angelo Logan, Co-founder and Policy Director for East yard Communities for Environmental Justice Advisory Group and Martha Matsuoka, Associate Professor of Urban and Environmental Policy at Occidental College. Please see the link below for more info and to register for the free lecture: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/environmental-justice-activism-and-transportation-in-los-angeles-tickets-14614918615
Construction Updates: Crenshaw Blvd. between Exposition Blvd. and Coliseum St. will be closed from today through 6:00AM on December 14th for construction of the Crenshaw/ LAX Transit Project. Metro bus lines 210, 710, and 740 will have temporary stops during this period. Please go to metro.net for complete service updates.
EVENT TOMORROW: The South Coast Air Quality Management District - SCAQMD is hosting an event tomorrow, Nov. 21st, from 9:00AM to 5:00PM that will discuss a wide array of topics from senor technology and performance to various community projects. The event will take place at the South Coast AQMD Auditorium in Diamond Bar. Please see the link below for more info: http://www.evite.com/event/008DM6LUNBYUQENMUEPEMBUIC66B3E
Need ideas for your next bike destination? Check out the many great places to locally eat, play, and shop along the routes of Metro’s Crenshaw/LAX Line, the Purple Line Extension, and the Regional Connector! http://www.metro.net/interactives/html/eatshopplay/