Entries by LADOT Bike Blog

Venice wayfinding meeting, March 14th

Update: Correction on the meeting start time; the workshop will start at 7:30 PM. LADOT will be hosting its next wayfinding signage meeting on Wednesday, March 14th at the Oakwood Recreation Center, located at 767 California Street in Venice. The meeting will start at  7:30 PM 7:00PM and is the latest in an ongoing series of wayfinding […]

Main St. (Venice) Bike Lanes Video

About a month ago, Department of Transportation crews installed bike lanes on Main St. (in Venice) between Windward Circle and the City Limit. Main St. represents a successful implementation of what we’ve recently been calling a “road buffet”, many thanks to Roadblock for coining the term, which changed the street’s configuration from four vehicle lanes […]

Give Me 3 – the campaign continues

The City of Los Angeles and the California Bicycle Coalition are teaming up once again with Senator Lowenthal (D – Long Beach) on a campaign to improve bicyclist safety statewide. Senate Bill (SB) 1464 is designed to overcome the shortcomings of its predecessor, SB-910, which last year was vetoed by Gov. Jerry Brown. Gov. Brown […]

Your Input Needed! Wayfinding Signage Project Meetings & Survey

UPDATE: The Westside meeting scheduled for March 7th has been canceled and will NOT be held at the Google Campus in Venice. The meeting will be re-scheduled for March 14th. We’ll have a new meeting place secured early next week. The first in a series of community workshops to discuss the implementation of a Metro […]