SPUR Forum: CicLAvia

From SPUR:

The sprawl of Los Angeles is evolving into walkable neighborhoods served by transit and bicycle infrastructure. That shift is due in part to the work of new projects such as CicLAvia, which temporarily closes miles of streets to create car-free public space. Learn more about how the project began and its plans for the future.

+ Aaron Paley / CicLAvia

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