Posted by Infra on Thursday, October 1st, 2009


“The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (‘LACMTA) and CALSTART are creating an implementation plan for the development of a folding bike subsidy program.  The program will provide price discounts for the purchase of a collapsible bike to use in conjunction with transit.  A major goal of the program is to motivate commuters to switch their transit connection vehicle from the car to the bicycle.  This program will leverage the success, knowledge, and experience that CALSTART acquired in working with LACMTA on a similar project, MyGo-Pasadena, which subsidized the use of electric bicycles in lieu of single occupancy vehicles.

To learn more about this project, please contact Fred Silver.”


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