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City of LB seeking volunteers for bike count

October 11th, 2013 · No Comments · Community

 As Long Beach becomes a more bike-friendly place, the City is continuing with its annual Bicycle Count to determine where bicycle and pedestrian improvements need to be made.


As Long Beach becomes a more bike-friendly place, the City is continuing with its annual Bicycle Count to determine where bicycle and pedestrian improvements need to be made.


The City of Long Beach is seeking volunteers for its 6th annual Bicycle Count on Thursday, Oct. 17, or Sunday, Oct. 20.
“As Long Beach gets more and more bike-friendly, these counts help us acquire a better understanding of bicycle and pedestrian activity, and where bicycle and pedestrian improvements need to be made,” Mayor Bob Foster said.
The City of Long Beach and California State University, Long Beach (CSULB) are asking for volunteers to help conduct bike and pedestrian counts at more than 35 locations throughout Long Beach. There are multiple volunteer time slots and count locations. High-school students are welcome to participate with parent permission.
Those interested may choose from among five training sessions:

Tuesday, Oct. 15
CSULB Campus
Noon– Building PH1, room 112
2pm– Building PH1, room 108
6pm– Building CBA, room 111

Wednesday, Oct. 16
Long Beach City Hall
9th Floor Conference Room
333 W. Ocean Blvd.
8am or noon

Those interested may register online at csulb.edu/rideshare by Monday, Oct. 14.

Source: City of LB

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