Manhattan Beach & Redondo Beach approve next step for Aviation Bike Lane

Both Manhattan Beach and Redondo Beach are moving ahead with part of the South Bay Bicycle Coalition's Master Bicycle Plan that was approved last year.  This segment is looking at adding bike lanes along Aviation Boulevard from Pacific Coast Highway to Rosecrans Avenue, and along Marine Avenue from Aviation Boulevard to the Redondo Beach Metro Green Line Station.  For more information, you can read local coverage here and here  ...
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SUCCESS!!!! South Bay Bicycle Master Plan Passes in Torrance. 7 for 7!

After the South Bay Bicycle Master Plan was unanimously approved by the Torrance City Council Tuesday night it has now been successfully adopted by all seven City Councils!  Thank you Torrance, Manhattan Beach, Hermosa Beach, Redondo Beach, Lawndale, Gardena and El Segundo! And most of all, a heartfelt thank you to all our supporters and advocates who wrote emails, made phone calls and showed up to the Council meetings, who volunteered to do bike counts, who attended our public workshops, who volunteered at our bike valets and gave so much of their free time to make sure this golden opportunity was seized on behalf of safer, more connected and easier bicycling for all of the South Bay!  We could not have gotten this plan embraced or approved without you. Next up, new bike lanes, bike routes and bike paths interconnecting all seven cities and getting you anywhere you want to go on a bicycle.  We look forward to working with you as we...
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Hermosa Beach, Lawndale & Gardena Say YES to Master Bike Plan – That’s 5 of 7 Cities Now on Board!

The South Bay Bicycle Master Plan continued its impressive winning streak as three more cities have now approved the plan, each with unanimous votes. On Tuesday, October 26 the Hermosa Beach City Council included the Bicycle Master Plan in a historic night of progressive environmental and health initiatives passed.  In addition to approving the bike plan, Hermosa passed the Vitality City Livability Plan and bans on Styrofoam and smoking in public.  A strong contingent of SBBC supporters in their white t-shirts turned out and spoke on behalf of the plan. (more…)...
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Moving Planet South Bay is Coming!

Bikeable, Walkable, Livable! Save the Date for Moving Planet South Bay: Saturday, September 24th at 10:00 AM On September 24, 2011 in towns and cities all around the world people will be turning out for "Moving Planet" to demonstrate their concerns about climate change and their support for fossil-free solutions in their communities. Here in the South Bay we have an extraordinary opportunity to embrace two ready-to-roll sustainable solutions that not only address climate change, but will also improve our health, well-being and the livability of our communities. The South Bay Bicycle Master Plan and the Vitality City Livability Plan will make our streets and neighborhoods more liveable by making them more bikeable and walkable. We'll demonstrate our support for the Bicycle Master Plan and Vitality City Livability Plan at a fun, free, uplifting event that will connect us with others who share our passion and interest in more livable neighborhoods, less pollution and greenhouse gas emissions, and ...
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The Final Draft of the South Bay Bicycle Master Plan is here!

After nearly a year of public workshops, collarboration with our city partners and intense technical work; SBBC, LACBC and Alta are proud to present the Final Draft of the South Bay Bicycle Master Plan.  The final draft reflects the revisions that your comments helped to shape.  Now we need your help in getting it approved in our partnering cities.  Join us at an upcoming City Council meeting to show your support or write an email to your City Council members to ask them urge them to approve this plan.  This plan's success depends on your support in front of City Council.  So please, spread the word and help ensure that the path to plan adoption is a success!...
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The South Bay Bicycle Master Plan is coming!

Just a quick note to everyone - this coming Monday, June 13th, the draft of the South Bay Bicycle Master Plan (SBBMP) will be available to the public for review and comment.  It will be housed here on our site and the plans are for it to be up around mid day.  So keep an eye out on this space for more info....
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