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A Long View of the First Street Bike Lanes

June 20, 2012


I am excited about the new bike lanes on First Street in Downtown Los Angeles! Bikas reported on the First Street lanes announcement as part of a downtown bikeway network, and twice about their preliminary striping. Today, Bikas covers the somewhat disappointing history of these lanes. The moral of the story is something along the […]

Downtown’s First and Main Streets Bike Lanes Underway

June 15, 2012


Bikas spotted work underway on the new bike lanes on First Street and Main Street in Downtown Los Angeles. For detailed background on what the city of Los Angeles is calling the Downtown Bikeway Network, see this overview and this post on the new Los Angeles Street lanes. Since last weekend, Main Street has been […]

New Los Angeles Street Bike Lanes, First Street Lanes Begun

June 11, 2012


There are new bike lanes on Los Angeles Street in downtown Los Angeles, completed over the past two days. The Los Angeles Street bike lanes extend 0.5 miles from First Street to Alameda Street. These lanes are part of what the city is calling the Downtown Bikeway Network. The Los Angeles Street lanes join existing […]

New Downtown Bike Lanes Coming June 2012

May 31, 2012


Yesterday afternoon, Los Angeles City Councilmember Jose Huizar hosted a Downtown Bike Network open house at Toriumi Plaza in Little Tokyo. Bikas was there and brings you new of plenty of new bikeways coming very soon to downtown streets. The open house included information tables with the Los Angeles County Bicycle Coalition (LACBC), CicLAvia, Metro, […]