Following up our earlier post, here are three pics I snapped at Union Station this morning of the two Metrolink bike cars that have been the recipients of a special wrap. They look quite awesome in person.
Metrolink isn’t screwing around. They’ve taken two of their new “bike cars” and put “wraps” on them to let everyone know loud and clear that they’re train cars with tons of extra room for bikes. Both of the cars are on the same train this morning, the only time that [continue reading]
City of Lights, a program of the L.A. County Bicycle Coalition (LACBC), is hosting a fund-raising dinner tonight. It’s open to the public and tickets will be available at the door. (Details below.) But even if you’re not in the mood for a nice night out there’s something to be [continue reading]
Some of the most beautiful places in the region are in unincorporated L.A. County — think mountains and beach. And, of course, we have some of the best weather on the planet. So it’s good news that the L.A. County Regional Planning commission is far enough along with the county’s [continue reading]
And a few more photos from yesterday’s event, this time focusing on bikes-on-transit. That’s the Gold Line’s Little Tokyo station below — I was there around 4 p.m. and it was crowded but somehow most everyone managed to get aboard the trainl
And a few more pics gleaned from the internet of yesterday’s CicLAvia event… photo by royalelastics, via Instagram photo by ivy99, via tumblr photo by a_pache, via Instagram
Some pics taken at today’s awesome CicLAvia event in Los Angeles. Email your best pics to firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll add them to this post. photo by alexbcthompson, via Flickr photo by ferlee16, via Instagram photo by ewilcox, via Tumblr photo by Dayone_MR, via Twitter
Metro spokesman Dave Sotero took this shot on one of Metrolink’s new bike cars today. I’ll be posting some other pics later on Metro’s Twitter account and we’ll post some more photos here later today.
Below is the news release from Metro on how to get to Ciclavia. Please note that normal fares apply on Sunday. 12 Metro Rail Stations provide service on/near CicLAvia event route. Metro bus lines impacted by street closures. Go Metro and continue your car-free experience to and from CicLAvia in [continue reading]
Here’s the news release issued today by Metrolink, the commuter rail agency partially funded by Metro: Los Angeles – Metrolink will roll ten “bike cars” into regular service just in time for CicLAvia. Bike cars are passenger railcars outfitted with space for between 18 and 24 bicycles, instead of two [continue reading]