Rampart Village Neighborhood Council supports 4th St. Bicycle Blvd. and other 4th St. Campaign Updates!

February 3, 2010 at 7:03 am | Posted in Bike News, Get Involved | 2 Comments
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The 4th Street Bicycle Blvd. campaign team has been busy these days! If you need some background info on the campaign, please go to this link. The latest news is that we were able to get a commitment for a letter of support from the Rampart Village Neighborhood Council. Rampart Village is located south of the 101 Freeway, east of Vermont Avenue, north of 6th Street and west of Rampart Boulevard. Thank you Rampart Village Neighborhood Council!

Next we are presenting to the Wilshire Center Business Improvement District on February 4th at 12noon, and hope to gain a letter of support there also.

We want to schedule meetings with the Wilshire Center Koreatown Neighborhood Council and Mid-City West Community Council, so the we cover all the Neighborhood Councils that 4th Street touches.

We hope to also present/inform other community groups in the area. If you have suggestions, let us know!

In addition to neighborhood and community presentations, we are working to increase the buzz about 4th Street Bicycle Blvd. and Bicycle Blvds. in general through blogs, traditional press, and other media.

After we wrap up presentations and create some more collective excitement over 4th Street, we plan to present Councilmember Tom LaBonge a proposal in March/April with an implementation process and timeline.

It’s been a real team effort and we hope to gain some great results in the next few months! Stay tuned!

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