Dorothy Kieu Le

Planning and Policy Director, LA County Bike Coalition

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Planning and Policy Director for the Los Angeles County Bike Coalition

Dorothy Kieu Le on KCRW

Recently, the City of Los Angeles has failed to count bicycles during morning and evening commuting hours as required by the  LA Bike Master Plan .  But tomorrow, a count is finally…

Can LA Cyclists Be Counted?

Recently, the City of Los Angeles has failed to count bicycles during morning and evening commuting hours as required by the LA Bike Master Plan .  But tomorrow, a count is finally…

from Which Way, L.A.?

The  LAPD  says a Brentwood doctor has been involved in two incidents of “road rage” with cyclists on Mandeville Canyon Road.

Cycling in Los Angeles

The LAPD says a Brentwood doctor has been involved in two incidents of “road rage” with cyclists on Mandeville Canyon Road.

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