Monthly Archives: November 2011

Call to Action – Please Join Us

The Expo Authority has run into huge cost overruns and apparently they feel that by not building proposed bicycle facilities at the Expo Station, they can somehow balance their books.¬† We are now hearing that bike racks MAY be included, … Continue reading

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Time to Fight for OUR Bike Station….

Santa Monica has one. Burbank has one. Culver City does not. The Expo Authority has run into huge cost overruns and apparently they feel that by NOT building proposed bicycle facilities at the Expo Station, they can somehow balance their … Continue reading

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The Expo Station that wasn’t – or won’t be

The Expo Authority has run into huge cost overruns and apparently they feel that by not building proposed bicycle facilities at the Expo Station, they can somehow balance their books. They have recently made it clear, bike facilities will not … Continue reading

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Expo Phase 2 Community Meetings

The Exposition Construction Authority is holding design update community meetings for Phase 2 of the Expo Line project. Attendees will receive information on the design progress and will have the opportunity to view progress renderings. A¬†short presentation will be followed … Continue reading

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Community Meetings About Expo Phase 2

Re-posted from Expo – see original post here. The Exposition Construction Authority is holding design update community meetings for Phase 2 of the Expo Line project. Attendees will receive information on the design progress and will have the opportunity to … Continue reading

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CCBC Recieves Commendation from City Council

Last night, the Culver City Bicycle Coalition received a commendation from the Culver City Council for hosting a cleanup site along Ballona Creek for California Coastal Cleanup Day on September 17, 2011. Co-founders Howard Cohen and Meghan Sahli-Wells accepted the … Continue reading

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