Monthly Archives: January 2013

If you build it, watch your local economy grow…….

Study after study continues to show that cities are beginning to understand that, if they want to continue to attract the best residents and workers in the future, investing in bicycle infrastructure has a consistent positive return on investment for … Continue reading

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If the city of LA can do it, so can we – a story of leadership

This recent article in the LA Times, illustrates how a committed mayor and staff can effect lasting change that will positively impact residents for decades to come.   Did you like this? Share it:Tweet

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Redondo Beach applies for $1.7 million for bicycle infrastructure!

On Jan 15th the City of Redondo Beach City Council approved submitting grant applications for $1.7 million to fund bicycling facilities on both Prospect Ave and Catalina Ave. In addition to other improvements new detectors, bulb-outs and/or roundabouts. These proposed … Continue reading

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Carson receives grant for bicycle master plan!

Congratulations to Carson for receiving their grant and for losing no time holding community meetings and workshops!  Carson teamed up with the Los Angeles County Bicycle Coalition (LACBC), to receive the funds from the Caltrans Community Based Transportation Planning (CBTP) … Continue reading

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