As Bike Week L.A. continues this week, there will be a rare occasion tomorrow morning, Wednesday, May 16 to experience the connection between the Expo Line, L.A.’s newest rail line and L.A.’s newest bike lanes.
The Expo/Mid-City Ride, sponsored by Metro and LADOT, and led by C.I.C.L.E. Executive Director Dan Dabek, will provide a golden opportunity to discover the rail line’s route with fellow bicyclists as it travels through L.A., Crenshaw, Baldwin Hills and Culver City. Adjacent on-street lanes accompany the line starting from Expo/Vermont Station all the way to La Cienega/Jefferson Station, near the entrance to the Ballona Creek Bike Path that then travels to Marina Del Rey.
Cyclists should meet beginning at 8 a.m. at the Expo Park/USC Station, with the ride departing at 8:30 a.m. The the ride will last approximately 45 minutes. Cyclists can return via bike lanes or take the Expo Line back to Exposition Park.
Here’s your chance to see Metro’s newest mult-modal transit corridor in a group ride! Don’t miss it.
Categories: Bicycle, Transportation News