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City Council Goes Bike Themed

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No, you won't be seeing the 15 Councilmembers bike commuting to city hall (well, maybe Eric Garcetti will), but next Friday, the Transportation Committee will hold a special hearing on six bike themed measures in addition to Dodger Stadium shuttle service and a recent report from the RAND Corporation on reducing traffic in the short term. "The bicycle related motions up for discussion include updates on the Sharrows Program, bicycle licensing, and the Bike Master Plan," LA Streetsblog excitedly reported.