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We support bike lanes on Figueroa between Colorado & San Fernando.
  • Petitioning Councilman Gil Cedillo

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Councilman Gil Cedillo

We support bike lanes on Figueroa between Colorado & San Fernando.

    1. Petition by

      Los Angeles County Bicycle Coalition

We want the streets of Los Angeles to be safe for all people, whether they are walking, bicycling, taking transit, or driving.

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    1. Reached 1,000 signatures

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    • Tricia Rodrigo LOS ANGELES, CA
      • 4 days ago

      Adding the bike lane on Figueroa would make bicyclists feel safer, and hopefully be safer riding on the streets, which is a good thing for the environment and overall friendly interactions amongst people in the neighborhood. In other words, it would not be wrong to say that it might make our world a better place.

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    • alicia koch SANTA MONICA, CA
      • 7 days ago

      because my main (and favored) mode of transit is a bicycle!

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    • cathy cummings CARSON, UNITED STATES
      • 8 days ago

      My great grandson and friends are bike riders. Not only for them, but for everyone who rides bikes, let's make the streets safer for them.

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    • Keith Cox NORTH HOLLYWOOD, CA
      • 8 days ago

      we need more bike lanes and safer cycling options in LA. Simple

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    • Marty Chambliss LOS ANGELES, CA
      • 8 days ago

      These roads need to be made safer for all users, not just cars. By connecting existing bike ways/lanes, we can do just that. Plus, it will help local businesses to have more bike-friendly roads.

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