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Once Again, City Transit Panal to Talk Bicycle Issues

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For the fourth time in recent months, the City Council's Transportation Committee tomorrow will take on a handful of bicycle issues continued on from last week's meeting. Consultants from Alta Planning are slated to speak about the bicycle plan, which has recently become an unpopular subject with many cyclists. The LAPD will also be present to talk about their relationship with the bicycling community. Also on the dock is the continuing look at reviving a version of the defunct bicycle licensing program, which many believe should be left to the private sector.

Issues not brought onto tomorrow's agenda from last week include dealing with abandoned bicycles on city racks and the consideration of banning sidewalk riding within city limits.

A copy of the agenda is embedded below:

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L.A. City Council Transportation Committee Agenda, 06-24-09 -