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By Megan O’Neil | April 22, 2010
It’s time to delve into the depths of your garage and dust off the two-wheeler. The city of La Cañada Flintridge has completed design plans for a 3.4-mile bike route and will begin striping work in July, city traffic engineer Erik Zandvliet said. The bike lanes will run along parts of Verdugo Boulevard, Descanso Drive and Berkshire Avenue, and then will connect with La Cañada’s only bike lane on Oak Grove Drive. Named the Red Route, it will also connect with Pasadena’s westernmost bike lane.
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By Megan O’Neil | April 21, 2010
It’s time to delve into the depths of your garage and dust off the two-wheeler. The city of La Cañada Flintridge has completed design plans for a 3.4-mile bike route and will begin striping work in July, city traffic engineer Erik Zandvliet said. The bike lanes will run along parts of Verdugo Boulevard, Descanso Drive and Berkshire Avenue and then will connect with La Cañada’s only existing bike lane on Oak Grove Drive. Named the Red Route, it will also connect with the city of Pasadena’s most westerly bike lane.
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February 8, 2007
A letter of agreement between the city of La Cañada Flintridge and the Los Angeles Metropolitan Transportation Authority for the La Cañada Flintridge east/west bikeway corridor was approved by the city council members at Monday night's city council meeting. The approval means "that as soon as MTA executes the letter of agreement the city of La Cañada will go on to design and construct the project," said a city official. The work consists of the design and construction of two miles of a five-foot-wide class 2 bike path along Verdugo Boulevard, Descanso Drive and Berkshire Avenue, and 1.36 miles of class 3 bike route constructed along Berkshire Avenue and Berkshire Place.
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August 6, 2013
What is happening to our community? Huge cement curbs are gobbling up car lanes block after block here in the foothills. Every cross street is losing more than a full-sized lane. These lost lanes are being replaced with new sidewalks on all four corners of the cross street. These new sidewalks are so large they can hold a crowd like those in Vegas waiting to cross a huge intersection, but we are talking about Dunsmore Avenue and Santa Carlotta, which is almost a mile above Foothill.
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By Joe Piasecki, joe.piasecki@latimes.com | February 16, 2011
Longtime plans to designate a cross-town path for bicycle traffic are taking a giant step forward this month with the striping of 3.5 miles of bike lane stretching from Verdugo Boulevard to the city’s east end. La Cañada Flintridge officials herald the effort as a push to improve public safety, with the new bike lanes intended to separate motor vehicles and pedal-powered travelers along roadways and to divert bicyclists from traffic-heavy Foothill...
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By Megan O’Neil | April 22, 2010
It’s time to delve into the depths of your garage and dust off the two-wheeler. The city of La Cañada Flintridge has completed design plans for a 3.4-mile bike route and will begin striping work in July, city traffic engineer Erik Zandvliet said. The bike lanes will run along parts of Verdugo Boulevard, Descanso Drive and Berkshire Avenue, and then will connect with La Cañada’s only bike lane on Oak Grove Drive. Named the Red Route, it will also connect with Pasadena’s westernmost bike lane.
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By Megan O’Neil | April 21, 2010
It’s time to delve into the depths of your garage and dust off the two-wheeler. The city of La Cañada Flintridge has completed design plans for a 3.4-mile bike route and will begin striping work in July, city traffic engineer Erik Zandvliet said. The bike lanes will run along parts of Verdugo Boulevard, Descanso Drive and Berkshire Avenue and then will connect with La Cañada’s only existing bike lane on Oak Grove Drive. Named the Red Route, it will also connect with the city of Pasadena’s most westerly bike lane.
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February 8, 2007
A letter of agreement between the city of La Cañada Flintridge and the Los Angeles Metropolitan Transportation Authority for the La Cañada Flintridge east/west bikeway corridor was approved by the city council members at Monday night's city council meeting. The approval means "that as soon as MTA executes the letter of agreement the city of La Cañada will go on to design and construct the project," said a city official. The work consists of the design and construction of two miles of a five-foot-wide class 2 bike path along Verdugo Boulevard, Descanso Drive and Berkshire Avenue, and 1.36 miles of class 3 bike route constructed along Berkshire Avenue and Berkshire Place.
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