The Los Angeles County Bicycle Coalition will hold a final community meeting in Marina del Rey regarding the Bicycle Master Plan currently being developed by the county of Los Angeles.
The meeting is scheduled from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 13 at the Lloyd Taber Marina del Rey Library, 4533 Admiralty Way, Marina del Rey.
The county and Alta Planning + Design have crafted a long-awaited draft bicycle plan that will expand the county’s 132 miles of bikeways to over 800 miles in the next 20 years. The proposed bikeways will directly affect 45 cities in the county, according to the coalition.
The city of Los Angeles recently adopted its Bicycle Plan update, which calls for the creation of more than 1,600 miles of bikeways throughout the city.
The county plan seeks to expand and connect county bikeways, improve existing county bicycle facilities, develop and prioritize a list of proposed bikeways and bicycle projects, and promote bicycle usage.
The bicycle coalition encourages cyclists to participate in the April 13 final community workshop, which provides a forum for community comments.