Bicycle Friendly Business Districts | KCET
Bicycle Friendly Business Districts
A Bicycle Friendly Business District is a partnership between the City, neighborhoods, and local businesses to improve a community's bicycle friendliness through bicycle infrastructure and business promotions to bicyclists. This effort aims to encourage and promote local trips by bicycle, especially for shopping, dining, and recreation. LADOT offers free amenities, including bicycle racks and corrals, public bike stations, maps,
and wayfinding signage.
A pilot program is currently being tested in the area. As part of this effort, there are also opportunities to design bicycle racks that reflect the identity of each neighborhood.
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