That’s an improvement. But bike advocates say the drop is likely due to fewer people riding bikes, because they don’t feel safe.
Several neighborhood groups had asked to reduce traffic lanes for cars on a stretch of Sixth Street.
It would fill in an eight-mile gap between bike paths that end in Vernon and the Elysian Valley.
The roughly 12-mile path will close an existing gap along the river.
The lanes had been removed to make the streets safer for walkers and bicyclists, but angry drivers complained the changes were snarling traffic.
The swirling bridge project linking Griffith Park to Glendale could get $20 million from the state.
The entrance to the historic station will be outfitted with a new plaza, while an esplanade for bicyclists and pedestrians will be installed along Alameda Street.
A new bike path segment and pedestrian bridge should be complete by 2019, and parks and additional paths are on the way.
Metro is set to receive $2.5 million to expand its bike sharing system; even more funding could go toward bike share stations in the San Gabriel Valley.
Tamika Butler worked to make biking better for everyone by reminding drivers that people on bikes are just that—people.
Adding scramble crosswalks and giving pedestrians more time to cross the street are among the improvements.
Bike and pedestrian-friendly changes have enraged some community members, but supporters say they've made the community safer.
Opening in 2019, the path will link Metro’s Crenshaw, Silver, and Blue lines via two-way bike lanes and paved walking paths.
The city’s transportation department wants to eliminate one lane for cars in each direction of Temple—from Beverly to Beaudry—to make room for bicyclists.
The five new lanes are set to arrive on stretches of road identified by the city as among the 40 most dangerous corridors in LA.
The port is buzzing with activity. A huge ocean science research facility is in the works along with a massive makeover of kitschy Ports O’ Call Village.
The two-way lanes would run along Washington and Robertson Boulevards, connecting riders to the Expo bike path and the Culver City Metro station.
If traffic deaths continue to increase at the same rate in 2017 as they did last year, more people in LA will be killed by cars than by gun violence.
One of several hubs planned for LA, the facility will offer repairs, rentals, and bike storage to paying members.
The City Council says taking away car lanes to make room for bikes would be a "disaster."
A streetscape makeover is designed to make the Lincoln Boulevard thoroughfare less of a mess, especially for people on foot and on bikes.
New sidewalks, crosswalks, and bike lanes are coming to the neighborhood.
But less would go toward fixing potholes.
Arts District bike lanes and pedestrian-friendly projects around LA will get millions from the state
The California Transportation Commission has awarded nearly $15 million to make the neighborhood safer for walkers and bicyclists.
Part of the city’s Vision Zero plan to eliminate traffic deaths by 2025, the project will add bike lanes and new crosswalks to the two busy streets.
Bike share will roll into Pasadena this summer—here’s where the docking stations will be placed.
Secure, 24-hour bike storage in a standalone building. Construction could start in March, with the hub opening in fall.
A new bridge connecting Cypress Park to Elysian Valley over the Los Angeles River opens today with a protected lane for pedestrians and cyclists.
A couple of years ago, the boulevard was named one of the LA's greatest streets. Now city officials are proposing a number of changes to make a stretch of Lankershim even better.