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UCLA Awarded ‘Silver’ Bicycle Friendly University Status

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This is great news for UCLA! We’ve been recognized with a Silver Bicycle Friendly University (BFU) award designation by the League of American Bicyclists. Today, 49 new and renewing BFUs were announced from 31 states. That means UCLA is part of a committed group of colleges and universities across the U.S. transforming their campuses and encouraging the communities […]

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New Bike Lane Installed Near Lot 7

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In case you haven’t heard, UCLA Transportation recently installed a traffic light and bike lane on Charles E. Young Drive North near Parking Lot 7. The new additions create a protected intersection, improve traffic control and increases safety for both drivers and bicyclists on the heavily-trafficked street. Hooray for progress!

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LA Getting Sued Over Mobility Plan 2035

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It’s ironic that a group with the name Fix the City filed a lawsuit against the city for trying to implement a plan that would make it safer for bicyclists, motorists and pedestrians and ultimately change the way we live. Approved by the LA City Council last month, Mobility Plan 2035, nearly four years in the making, is a […]

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Rideshare Thursdays

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We’re wrapping up Rideshare Thursdays with the perfect smart commute story. Frustrated with traffic yet faced with an inflexible schedule, Anel thought driving alone to work was her only option. But after learning about UCLA Transportation’s many alternative commute options, she was determined to make her life less stressful. With some research, our help and a little […]

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Westwood Bike Lanes Blueprint

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Contrary to what some believe, installing bike lanes on Westwood Boulevard can be done without eliminating any traffic lanes or parking spaces. So what’s the plan, exactly? Westwood Transportation Consultant Ryan Snyder laid out several options in his “Remove Nothing Plan.” Under his proposal, 6-foot-wide bike lanes would be created on each side by reducing […]

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