Traveling through Los Angeles on a bike you are bound to hit infrastructure dead zones, where bikeways stop suddenly in the least ideal places where cars assert dominance on the ro
One of the biggest obstacles to getting on a bike is often having a working bike. Fortunately, there are plenty of resources in Los Angeles to make that happen.
Economics, environment, and health all make for pretty good cases to ride, but in Los Angeles, what can trump the temptation of a commute sans the traffic?
The propsosed 8.3-mile park-like path would wind down from near the L.A. River downtown to its terminus near the future LAX/Crenshaw Metro line.
The proposed connection would create a single 31-mile bike route from Griffith Park to Long Beach.
Los Angeles is in the midst of a reinvention of sorts: from sprawl to community development, from car dependence to transit orientation, from rising inequality to a growing commitm