Thank you to everyone who participated in yesterday’s “Heart of L.A.” CicLAvia presented by Metro and we hope you had a great time.
Took the @metrolosangeles Silver Line bus to get to #ciclavia! #carfree pic.twitter.com/3biYHRi13X
— Day One – El Monte (@DOElMonte) October 6, 2014
Great to see @metrolosangeles out at #ciclavia in Boyle Heights Also @LAPDHQ out in friendly force today too #YeaLA pic.twitter.com/87yNCVQN6P
— Dominic Patten (@DOMINICPATTEN) October 5, 2014
From @LAPublicWorks Many thanks @metrolosangeles #ArtLeahy @CicLAvia #AaronPaley for fun #heartofLA #OpenStreets pic.twitter.com/lXYf72Cmw7
— John Walker (@JWalkerDPW) October 5, 2014
How I love seeing how outsiders see LA. @Khoi's shots of @CicLAvia are just gorgeous https://t.co/qPj1AglrOp pic.twitter.com/pI6gtq2ya9
— Alissa Walker (@awalkerinLA) October 6, 2014
Fact: 15% of all landmass in LA is public roads. Use them for more than driving #ciclavia pic.twitter.com/FvVTwP7PkQ
— L.A. Times: L.A. Now (@LANow) October 5, 2014
Future plans of @metrolosangeles pic.twitter.com/Meg3XIdxVS
— Josh Paget (@MidCityJosh) October 5, 2014
Next up: the South L.A. CicLAvia on Dec. 7, which should be easy-to-reach via the Blue Line and Expo Line.
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