Give Us Your Ideas for the Next CicLAvia Event!
We’re still smiling remembering how wonderful last Sunday’s first-ever CicLAvia was… and now lots of people are asking “what’s next?”
The original ciclovía, in Bogotá, Colombia, takes place weekly – on 80 miles of city streets, every sunday, rain or shine. Guadalajara and Mexico City do weekly open streets. New York City’s Summer Streets does one month worth of weekends. San Francisco’s Sunday Streets does nine events roughly monthly, moving around to different parts of the city.
Should Los Angeles’ CicLAvia be weekly? montly? annual? quarterly? every day?
Should the hours be longer? shorter?
Where should it take place? Should we do the same route again? What should we change? Should we move around to different parts of the city? connect with other cities? Should we stick to commercial streets? try residential streets? main drags? secondary streets?
What do you think CicLAvia should do to welcome more Angelenos? more pedestrians? more families? more seniors? more skaters? more dodgeball? more music?
Give us your ideas in the comments below!