New bicycle map decals are now showing up at Metro Red and Purple Line stations, thanks to the input Metro received through its Bicycle Roundtable meetings and Metro’s Communications Department.
The photo above shows a map installed at the Universal City Station. There are now reports that maps are posted at Civic Center and Westlake/MacArthur Park Red/Purple Line Stations. More maps will be installed at other stations over time.
The idea was suggested at Metro’s first Roundtable meeting, where the agency collected scores of specific requests to make Metro buses and trains more bike friendly. While there is more work to be done, the maps are a key early success for the program.
How come these new bike maps don’t include the new segment of the LA river bike bath between Flecther and N. Figuroa?
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metro also publishes a great bike map
of los angeles county,it show bike paths, bike lane and bike routes
i got 3 of them