Entries by Elizabeth Gallardo

More Bicycle Corrals Roll Out

The LADOT Bike Program has just installed two more bicycle corrals as part of the City’s pilot program!  The two corrals, both located on Abbot Kinney Boulevard in the very bicycle-friendly neighborhood of Venice, are the new custom LADOT cyclestall design.  Both locations, one outside of Gjelina Take Away and the other outside Local 1205, […]

Bike Program Stickers and Spoke Cards Coming to an Outreach Event Near You!

Karina Macias, LADOT Bike Program Graphics Guru 2014 is a big year for the LADOT Bike Program identity!  For the past 8 months we’ve been blessed with the ultra talented Karina Macias, our pro-bono consultant who designed new Bike Program stickers, spoke cards, and took the Bike Program graphic identity in an entirely new direction. […]

LA’s first Bicycle Friendly Business District is coming to Northeast Los Angeles

We are happy to announce that the City of Los Angeles is working on establishing its first Bicycle Friendly Business District in Northeast Los Angeles.  For the past year, the Bike Program has been developing a Bicycle Friendly Business District (BFBD) program to foster a broad and engaging range of bicycle friendly features in business […]

Atwater Bicycle Corral Open For Business!

After much anticipation, Atwater Village now feature’s the city’s newest bicycle corral!  The corral is located in the 13th District, south of the vegetated bump-out on Glendale Boulevard and Madera, and its maintenance has been generously sponsored by Kaldi Coffee. This corral marks the launch of the next phase of our pilot Bicycle Corral Program and […]

Bicycle Repair Stations Move Forward

  Great news bicycle repair enthusiasts, we are even closer to implementing our pilot run of Bicycle Repair Stations! City Council has adopted and approved the motion to accept the $17,000 grant from the Bikes Belong Foundation we applied for last year, thereby making funds available for the Bicycle Repair Station Business Improvement Program. As […]

Don’t Trash Rehash

We’re back with the Don’t Trash the Bike Lanes campaign!  As you may recall, last year we began to design a campaign in partnership with the Bureau of Sanitation to remind Angelenos to refrain from placing their trash cans in bike lanes (or otherwise obstructing them).  The campaign will focus on training Bureau of Sanitation […]