Bicycle Advisory Committee
The Los Angeles Bicycle Advisory Committee (BAC) is comprised of 19 community members. Membership consists of appointed volunteers, 15 of which are appointed by City Council Members, one appointment per district, and 4 members are appointed by the Mayor’s office. The BAC holds public meetings every other month to work with local bicycle groups, advocates, and activists, with a mission to monitor the progress of Mobility Plan 2035 planning, policy, and implementation. The BAC holds a sub-committee meeting every other month with a City staff representative to discuss projects and progress.
Bicycle Friendly Business
In August 2014, LADOT launched a citywide opt-in Bicycle Friendly Business (BFB) Program, which invites individual businesses to apply for bicycle-friendly certification by committing to adhere to bicycle-friendly business practices. The BFB Program helps establish public-private partnerships between the City and local businesses to provide bicycle-friendly amenities and incentives throughout the City.
BFB Website Coming Soon
Through the LADOT People St program, communities can transform underused areas of LA’s largest public asset- our 7,500 miles of city streets – into active, vibrant, and accessible public space. Parklet and Plaza People St projects are available through an application process. These projects encourage increased levels of walking and bicycling, all while supporting economic vitality. People St projects are affordable, can be completed in months, rather than years, and provide immediate benefits to communities.