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Taking a green rental bike through DTLA? A tipsheet for first-timers

Published: 
Wed, 04/11/2018 - 6:41pm

A bike tour of downtown Los Angeles — or DTLA — is a breezy way to skirt congestion and see city sights up close. The affordable green Metro bikes can be found in racks every few blocks, and are placed at such hot spots as Union Station and Grand Central Market. Zig-zag your way through the booming Arts District or pedal to the museums up the hill. The weather is usually good, and the midday traffic is relatively light. Beware of buses and car doors and always wear a helmet.

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One of America’s Most Auto-Centric Cities Ditches the Car

Published: 
Thu, 10/29/2015 (All day)

Until five years ago, Indianapolis had less than one mile of bike lanes. Home of the Indianapolis 500, it was a city where cars reigned supreme.

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L.A. will add bike and bus lanes, cut car lanes in sweeping policy shift

Published: 
Tue, 08/11/2015 (All day)

The Los Angeles City Council on Tuesday approved a sweeping transportation plan that calls for the addition of hundreds of miles of new bicycle lanes, bus-only lanes and other road redesigns over the next 20 years.