How to overcome common objections to bike lanes

A rendering of for Venice Blvd For All — which is actually becoming reality!
A rendering for Uplift Melrose, a project Paul Koretz killed in Council District 5.
E-bikes are great solutions for hills, sweat, and carrying heavier loads.
If quality infrastructure inspires people to switch, traffic actually goes down.
An example of door-to-door project outreach typical in Los Angeles.
A LAFD Bike Medic crew
The Grove in Los Angeles, the most profitable shopping center in California is simply a pedestrianized street.
A Cleverhood Rain Cape — simple and effective way to ride in the rain.
Me with my littlest one, on our way to LAX.
Downtown Denver, before it was “optimized” for cars, and afterwards. Source: reddit
Third St in Austin, Texas, with a parking protected bike lane and accommodation for ADA. Source



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Michael Schneider

Michael Schneider


Tali, Mika & Sofi’s dad, Katerina's husband, LA native. Founder, Service. Founder, Streets For All. Board Member, Mid City West Neighborhood Council.