More Changes for LADOT Bike Blog: Project Pages

LADOT Bike Blog has, from the beginning, been committed to transparency.  Good planning decisions are made when the public is given access to information and is included in the planning process.  In another incremental step towards that goal of transparency, LADOT Bike Blog is proud to introduce Bikeways Project pages for both bike lanes and bike paths.  Those tabs at the top of the page next to Links and Sharrows will contain up-to-date information on all the infrastructure projects Bikeways staff are working on.

Our blog isn't the only thing under construction

These two pages will be a continual work in progress, usually being updated once a month.  Hopefully, we will begin to add target dates for completion and details on construction as the months go by.

If there’s additional information you’d like to see included on the Projects pages in the future, leave your comments below.

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  1. Dennis Hindman
    Dennis Hindman says:

    This is fantastic news!

    I’m going to start caring around copies of these projects to give to people I run across (for instance people I know at Trader Joes and work) who are not aware of what’s happening for ongoing bicycling infrastructure projects in L.A..

  2. maxutility
    maxutility says:

    Fantastic addition. Yes, imagine if this sort of information was disseminated by all areas of DOT. This blog continues to improve in information, credibility, and as a resource.

    Maybe at some point you could publish some background on how the costs of various projects are estimated. To the uninitiated, roughly $40K per mile seems hard to understand for striping lanes. Never mind $2 mil for .4 miles of moving curbs.


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