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County Invites Community to Give Input on Bicycle Master Plan

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The Los Angeles County Department of Public Works is inviting bicyclists and others to participate in a series of community workshops to discuss their Bicycle Master Plan.

The goal of the Master Plan is to "expand and connect County bikeways, improve existing County bicycle facilities, develop and prioritize a list of proposed new bikeways and bicycle projects, and promote bicycle usage," according to the LACDPW, who hope to obtain input from the bicycling community, including recommendations for additional bikeways and facilities. This is an update to a 1975 plan, and it covers all the areas in unincorporated LA County.

This is the second in a set of three such meetings, and they will take place between June 2 and 30, 2010 and will be held in Marina del Rey, Topanga, East Los Angeles, Ladera Heights, Newhall, Hacienda Heights, Baldwin Park, Calabasas, Lancaster and Athens Village. We've got the list of meeting dates and locations after the jump.