4th Street Bike Blvd. Photos and Renderings

September 29, 2009 at 7:38 pm | Posted in Bike News, Get Involved | 8 Comments
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LACBC is working to make 4th Street from Hoover Blvd. to La Brea a bicycle blvd., to make it traffic calmed and make it friendlier for bicyclists, pedestrians, children, the elderly and all users.

Recently, Will Campbell took some great photos of the existing conditions and Joe Linton did some really nice drawings to show the possibilities that this street can offer.  Take a look and click on the jpg itself to view a larger image.

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