From the website:
The City of Los Angeles is pleased to release the draft 2010 Los Angeles Bicycle Plan. The 2010 Bicycle Plan is a comprehensive update of the current Bicycle Plan first adopted in 1996 and re-adopted by the City Council in 2002 and 2007. The 2010 Bicycle Plan (2010 Plan), a component of the Transportation Element, (an element of the City’s General Plan), is part of the City’s commitment to transform Los Angeles from an auto-centric City to a City with a multi-modal transportation system. The 2010 Plan designates 1,633 miles of bikeway facilities and proposes two new bicycle networks (Citywide and Neighborhood). Additionally, the 2010 Bicycle Plan includes a Technical Design Handbook that will assist both City staff and residents in selecting and designing facilities for future bikeways that are safe and consistent with current standards and guidelines.
The complete document and maps are available on this project website, with printed copies available for public review at the City’s Central Library and eight regional libraries and the Department of City Planning’s Downtown and Van Nuys Public Counters by June 30, 2010.
A series of workshop/public hearings will be held between September 7-18, 2010 to take public testimony and comment.
On July 22, 2010, the project held the first of two webinars using GoToWebinar.