CicLAvia happened over the weekend in LA. Nine miles of streets were shut down to all automobile traffic, making way for walkers, runners, cyclists, skate-boarders, roller-skaters, roller-bladers, and any other manner of self-propelled transit. There was even a bike-share! While the pricetag came out to be about half a million dollars, it was such a success that Monday morning the police were still trying to guide people off the streets and back onto the sidewalks.
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