By spokesman | March 2, 2011
We live in a car centric country and it can be argued that there is no more car-focused city than Los Angeles. Some of the largest highways in the country are in L.A and no city can match the multi-lane, multi-level highway interchanges. I even found a web page dedicated to Los Angeles Freeway Interchanges.
That is why I was so surprised to read about a new bike plan for Los Angeles. The plan has a goal of 1680 mile of interconnected bikeway and calls for 200 miles of new bike paths to be added every five years. I just wonder if they will interconnect the bike paths with multi-level cloverleaf interchanges. It would make riding more fun.