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Rush hour bus priority lanes can reduce traffic and increase transit equity. There are plans to add these lanes to 5.9-mile segment of La Brea (where 3 out of 4 bus riders along the corridor do not own cars) urbanize.city/la/post/bus-pr…
Can a “fareless system initiative” help get people in Los Angeles out of their cars and onto the buses and subways? latimes.com/opinion/story/…
City infrastructure (like bike lanes and public parks) are important, but don't always get attention. Our friend and community partner Tamika Butler talked to @explorethousand about how outdoor spaces impact so much of our lives: explorethousand.com/blogs/journal/…
Rush hour bus priority lanes can reduce traffic and increase transit equity. There are plans to add these lanes to 5.9-mile segment of La Brea (where 3 out of 4 bus riders along the corridor do not own cars) urbanize.city/la/post/bus-pr…
Proposals to expand medians, bike lanes, and crosswalks along Colorado Boulevard could improve active & public transit, expand urban greenery, and be a boon to local businesses climateresolve.org/the-beautiful-…
Over the last year, the city of Los Angeles saw 51.5 lane-miles of upgraded and new bikeways – that's an improvement over the last six fiscal years, which saw between 10 and 40 miles. @StreetsblogLA breaks down the details: la.streetsblog.org/2021/08/19/lad…
“People want to be outside. That’s a big reason why people live in Los Angeles.” CicLAvia's open streets events and our work with outdoor dining are part of a bigger trend to reclaim more space for pedestrians, active transportation, dining, and recreation nytimes.com/2021/08/23/us/…
The 30-Day Metro Bike Share pass is just $1 this month with code BIKESEPTEMBER21! Become a passholder and get unlimited 30 minute Metro Bike Share rides, free Electric Metro Bike unlocking, and awesome gear just for riding. Sign up today: ow.ly/UfJa50GaxOv
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“People don’t necessarily think of transportation policy as a tool to improve public health.” There are long-term health benefits of using bike share, according to a recent study: usa.streetsblog.org/2021/07/23/stu…
Proposals to expand medians, bike lanes, and crosswalks along Colorado Boulevard could improve active & public transit, expand urban greenery, and be a boon to local businesses climateresolve.org/the-beautiful-…
Don't forget to vote! Find the ballot drop box near you with Transit app, or visit metro.net/govote for more info. The voting center at Union Station is also open from 9am to 8pm thru Sept. 13, and from 6am to 9pm on Election Day, Sept. 14.
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City infrastructure (like bike lanes and public parks) are important, but don't always get attention. Our friend and community partner Tamika Butler talked to @explorethousand about how outdoor spaces impact so much of our lives: explorethousand.com/blogs/journal/…
Can a “fareless system initiative” help get people in Los Angeles out of their cars and onto the buses and subways? latimes.com/opinion/story/…
When you treat LA as a walkable city, you "experiencing it anew." With more public and open spaces to walk, we're "presented with the chance to reimagine the city and the way we live in it." latimes.com/opinion/story/…
Our community meeting is STARTING NOW on Zoom – join us and ask questions & learn about street closures, activities, business opportunities, volunteer positions and more for our upcoming Heart of LA event: ciclavia.org/community_meet…
One week left until the gubernatorial recall election ends. Have questions about registering to vote (it's not too late!), finding a dropbox, or voting in person? Our friends at @CalMatters created this voting guide full of helpful FAQs: calmatters.org/politics/2021/…
@CicLAvia is back in DTLA this October 10th! Please join the virtual community meeting today at 5:30 pm to find out more details and how you can participate! 🚴 zoom link:us02web.zoom.us/j/83015436379Q2
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Join us for a community meeting this afternoon at 5:30 PM on Zoom to ask questions & learn about street closures, activities, business opportunities, volunteer positions and more for our upcoming Heart of LA event: ciclavia.org/community_meet…
Join us for a community meeting tomorrow (Wednesday 9/8) at 5:30 on Zoom to ask questions & learn about street closures, activities, business opportunities, volunteer positions and more for our upcoming Heart of LA event: ciclavia.org/community_meet…
Look back at @CicLAvia's first #OpenStreets event and how they have transformed over a decade in Southern California! #ImproveSociety #SocialActivism ow.ly/nped50G5Bpb
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Our friends at @BikeMetro created neighborhood ride guides (including the Chandler Bike Path, Venice & Abbott Kinney, the Ballona Creek Bike Path, and downtown LA) to help you find cycling routes and sites to visit across Los Angeles County: bikeshare.metro.net/how-it-works/r…
CicLAvia is a proud Net Zero Conference Partner! #NZ21 brings together experts in #netzero and climate resilience from Sept 13-16 for virtual educational sessions, keynotes, and tours, as well as and an in-person Expo and Gala in Los Angeles! Register: NetZeroConference.com
Over the last year, the city of Los Angeles saw 51.5 lane-miles of upgraded and new bikeways – that's an improvement over the last six fiscal years, which saw between 10 and 40 miles. @StreetsblogLA breaks down the details: la.streetsblog.org/2021/08/19/lad…
“People want to be outside. That’s a big reason why people live in Los Angeles.” CicLAvia's open streets events and our work with outdoor dining are part of a bigger trend to reclaim more space for pedestrians, active transportation, dining, and recreation nytimes.com/2021/08/23/us/…
CicLAvia is a proud Net Zero Conference Partner! #NZ21 brings together experts in #netzero and climate resilience from Sept 13-16 for virtual educational sessions, keynotes, and tours, as well as and an in-person Expo and Gala in Los Angeles! Register: NetZeroConference.com
“People don’t necessarily think of transportation policy as a tool to improve public health.” There are long-term health benefits of using bike share, according to a recent study: usa.streetsblog.org/2021/07/23/stu…
Proposals to expand medians, bike lanes, and crosswalks along Colorado Boulevard could improve active & public transit, expand urban greenery, and be a boon to local businesses climateresolve.org/the-beautiful-…
Questions about the gubernatorial recall election? Our friends at @CalMatters created this voting guide full of helpful FAQs: calmatters.org/politics/2021/…
Can a “fareless system initiative” help get people in Los Angeles out of their cars and onto the buses and subways? latimes.com/opinion/story/…
"Avalon Blvd literally welcomed the world to Los Angeles." It also welcomed us back to the open streets! Thank you @CBSLA for your coverage of our inaugural event of 2021! losangeles.cbslocal.com/2021/08/15/cic…
Our friends at @BikeMetro created neighborhood ride guides (including the Chandler Bike Path, Venice & Abbott Kinney, the Ballona Creek Bike Path, and downtown LA) to help you find cycling routes and sites to visit across Los Angeles County: bikeshare.metro.net/how-it-works/r…
When you treat LA as a walkable city, you "experiencing it anew." With more public and open spaces to walk, we're "presented with the chance to reimagine the city and the way we live in it." latimes.com/opinion/story/…
Join a virtual public meeting on Aug. 31 to learn more about the proposed bus lanes on Grand and Olive in DTLA. mtro.la/dKXs50G0Wmx
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Over the last year, the city of Los Angeles saw 51.5 lane-miles of upgraded and new bikeways – that's an improvement over the last six fiscal years, which saw between 10 and 40 miles. @StreetsblogLA breaks down the details: la.streetsblog.org/2021/08/19/lad…
CicLAvia is a proud Net Zero Conference Partner! #NZ21 brings together experts in #netzero and climate resilience from Sept 13-16 for virtual educational sessions, keynotes, and tours, as well as and an in-person Expo and Gala in Los Angeles! Register: NetZeroConference.com
City infrastructure (like bike lanes and public parks) are important, but don't always get attention. Our friend and community partner Tamika Butler talked to @explorethousand about how outdoor spaces impact so much of our lives: explorethousand.com/blogs/journal/…
“People don’t necessarily think of transportation policy as a tool to improve public health.” There are long-term health benefits of using bike share, according to a recent study: usa.streetsblog.org/2021/07/23/stu…
“People want to be outside. That’s a big reason why people live in Los Angeles.” CicLAvia's open streets events and our work with outdoor dining are part of a bigger trend to reclaim more space for pedestrians, active transportation, dining, and recreation nytimes.com/2021/08/23/us/…
Questions about the gubernatorial recall election? Our friends at @CalMatters created this voting guide full of helpful FAQs: calmatters.org/politics/2021/…
Proposals to expand medians, bike lanes, and crosswalks along Colorado Boulevard could improve active & public transit, expand urban greenery, and be a boon to local businesses climateresolve.org/the-beautiful-…
Anyone looking to start a career in production, event management, and the nonprofit world, this is an opportunity you can't miss! Join an incredible team at @CicLAvia: ciclavia.org/job_openings
Can a “fareless system initiative” help get people in Los Angeles out of their cars and onto the buses and subways? latimes.com/opinion/story/…
Over the last year, the city of Los Angeles saw 51.5 lane-miles of upgraded and new bikeways – that's an improvement over the last six fiscal years, which saw between 10 and 40 miles. @StreetsblogLA breaks down the details: la.streetsblog.org/2021/08/19/lad…
“People want to be outside. That’s a big reason why people live in Los Angeles.” CicLAvia's open streets events and our work with outdoor dining are part of a bigger trend to reclaim more space for pedestrians, active transportation, dining, and recreation nytimes.com/2021/08/23/us/…
"Avalon Blvd literally welcomed the world to Los Angeles." It also welcomed us back to the open streets! Thank you @CBSLA for your coverage of our inaugural event of 2021! losangeles.cbslocal.com/2021/08/15/cic…
CicLAvia is a proud Net Zero Conference Partner! #NZ21 brings together experts in #netzero and climate resilience from Sept 13-16 for virtual educational sessions, keynotes, and tours, as well as and an in-person Expo and Gala in Los Angeles! Register: NetZeroConference.com
“People don’t necessarily think of transportation policy as a tool to improve public health.” There are long-term health benefits of using bike share, according to a recent study: usa.streetsblog.org/2021/07/23/stu…
Questions about the gubernatorial recall election? Our friends at @CalMatters created this voting guide full of helpful FAQs: calmatters.org/politics/2021/…
@CicLAvia welcomed back Angeleno's with open arms (and COVID-conscious safety measures)! #ImproveSociety #SocialActivism ow.ly/SHay50FXjxV
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