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California: More Bicycle Friendly Than Ever

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California continues to shift higher in its statewide efforts to improve conditions for cyclists. Two years ago, the League of American Bicyclists (LAB) ranked California as the eighth most Bicycle Friendly State℠ based on the amount and effectiveness of the state’s activities toward creating a safer and more welcoming space for bicyclists. California has now […]

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PHOTOS: Bike Recycling Day 2017

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We kept the chain alive at this year’s Bike Recycling Day! About 100 UCLA staff, faculty and students showed up to claim a used bike or bike parts for free! Check out some photos from last week’s event below. The full album is on our Facebook page.      

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The 7th Annual Bike Recycling Day is Almost Here!

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Bike Recycling Day is back and set for Sunday, November 5 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on the rooftop of Parking Structure 8! As always, you will have the opportunity to receive used bikes or used bike parts for FREE. For those new to UCLA, Bike Recycling Day is our popular annual event where UCLA Transportation gives abandoned bikes and […]

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20 is Plenty: UCLA Changing Campus Speed Limit

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20 is Plenty. That’s UCLA Transportation’s new campaign to promote a campuswide speed limit change. Effective September 26, 2017, UCLA is lowering its roadway speed limit from 25 mph to 20 mph. The goal is to make the campus even safer for pedestrians and bicyclists. Plus, lowering the speed limit encourages more people to use […]

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Bruin Bike Share Launches October 3!

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It’s lunch time and you’re meeting with friends for a bite in Westwood Village. You realize from your NextBus app that the bus won’t arrive for another 10 minutes. Walking will take even longer and driving is out of the question. Biking will take five minutes, but you don’t have your bike with you. What do you do? UCLA […]

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