Weekly Update: Nov. 25, 2020


Happy Thanksgiving

LADOT wishes you a Happy Thanksgiving. The City of Los Angeles asks that all Angelenos respect and observe city and county health guidelines during the holiday. For additional details, please click here.

To view information regarding holiday parking, click here.

Metro Bike Share Holiday Discounts

During the past year, the Metro Bike Share program has proved to be an important mode of transportation as riders have sought alternative modes of transportation that are both reliable and socially distant. This Black Friday weekend, Metro Bike Share is pleased to offer passes at significant discounts.

From Thursday, Nov. 26 - Monday, Nov. 30, Metro Bike Share’s 30-day pass will be available for only $1. And on Monday, Nov. 30 — colloquially known as Cyber Monday — Metro Bike Share will make its 365-day pass available for just $75, a 50 percent discount that allows users to enjoy a year’s worth of rides at only $6.25 per month.

Metro Bike Share passholders get the following benefits:


  • The first 30 minutes of each trip is free of charge, and rides longer than 30 minutes are just $1.75 each half hour thereafter.
  • Electric Metro Bikes are free to unlock.
  • Passholders may unlock Metro Bikes from their smartphone with the Metro Bike Share app.
  • Metro Bike Share 30-day and 365-day passholders earn free Metro Bike Share Pedal Perks such as t-shirts, sweaters, and backpacks simply for riding often.

To sign up for your discounted Metro Bike Share pass, or to learn more information about the program, please visit To register up for the 30-day discounted pass, valid for purchase Thursday, Nov. 26 - Monday, Nov. 30, 2020, enter promo code BLACKFRIDAY2020. To sign up for the 365-day discounted pass, valid for purchase Monday, Nov. 30, 2020, use promo code CYBERMONDAY2020.

On the Road to Stress Free Streets

LADOT is on the road to building stress free streets in Los Angeles and needs your assistance to identify priorities to help achieve this goal. While transportation planners have often been able to assess where street improvements are needed through the use of more traditional metrics such as collision volumes, number of marked crosswalks, and bicycle lane miles, there is one question that has often been more difficult to answer: Do streets feel safe and do they adequately connect people to where they want to go? For transportation planners, this is a difficult question to answer as reported feelings of safety may vary from person to person. To address this problem, LADOT seeks to gather as much feedback as possible from people who use our city’s street network in order to determine which streets are most in need of improvement. To assist in this process, LADOT asks all interested parties to please fill out and submit responses to the Central LA: Planning for Stress Free Connections survey by clicking here and the South LA: Planning for Stress Free Connections survey by clicking here. Your responses will help shape both the future of our city’s streets and the safety of those who use them.

Adams Blvd Safety Project Update

LADOT is proposing changes to Adams Boulevard that will improve traffic safety and accessibility for all. Proposed changes include pavement repair, signal upgrades, bike lanes, lane reduction, pedestrian beacons, pedestrian refuge islands, and other safety treatments.

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