Bikeways include bicycle lanes and
bicycle paths. Bicycle lanes are installed within the
roadway surface along feasible streets to serve commuters,
utilitarian bicyclists as well as recreational riders.
include portions of Venice Boulevard, Hoover Street,
Westwood Boulevard, De Soto Avenue and Rinaldi Street.
To date, there are more than 140 miles of bicycle lanes
in the city's network. Plans are underway to add bicycle
lanes to the future Exposition light rail corridor.
Bicycle paths are built with bicyclist
as the primary user in mind and do not allow motorized
vehicles. Bicycle paths can be found along the city's
beaches, the Orange Line, Culver Boulevard, the Los
Angeles River and San Fernando Road.