Success in El Segundo and Redondo Beach!

Last night, Tuesday October 18th, marked the second major milestone in the approval process for the South Bay Bicycle Master Plan.  The Redondo Beach City Council unanimously voted to adopt the bike plan AND to get it implemented in 12 years instead of the suggested 20!  Redondo Beach is the second city after El Segundo to adopt the South Bay Bicycle Master Plan.  Next up: Hermosa Beach (Oct. 25th), followed by Lawndale, Gardena, Manhattan Beach and Torrance in November. Watch the Redondo Beach City Council meeting here: http://redondo.granicus.com/MediaPlayer.php?view_id=2&clip_id=232 The City of Redondo Beach has been a constant leader in the South Bay's bike movement.  Long before the fruition of the South Bay Bicycle Master Plan, the City development its own (non-BTA compliant) bicycle plan and won $1.5M from the Metro Call for Projects.  More recently, the City Council voted to dedicate 10% of its Measure R funding to bike infrastructure, amounting to $58,000 for FY 2012.  When the opportunity arose to win a grant that would fund the...
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Look Who Supports the Bike Master Plan & Vitality City Livability Plan

Hundreds of people turned out to show their support for the South Bay Bicycle Master Plan and the Vitality City Livability Plan on September 24 at Moving Planet South Bay. To make sure you heard their voices in favor of passing the plan many of them used word balloons to petition for passage of the plans.  Now it's time to make sure YOUR voice is heard at the Tuesday, 6pm October 18 Redondo Beach City Council Meeting and the October 25 Hermosa Beach City Council Meeting. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TwQ2p_jlhx8...
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