Santa Monica News
SANTA MONICA—The Santa Monica City Hall received a Bicycle Friendly Community Sliver Award from the League of American Bicyclists on Wednesday, May 15.
The League of American Bicyclists is a bicycle friendly community program that provides a roadmap to improve conditions for bicycling in the community and offers national recognition for communities that support bicycling. A bicycle friendly community welcomes cyclists by encouraging people to bike for transportation and recreation, and providing safe accommodations.
Santa Monica also earned a score of 82 out 100, of bike friendly survey on Walk Score.
The scores indicates that the city is bike friendly and a walkable community. The score is calculated by population density, numbers of bikers, infrastructures, bike lanes, and other factors, block by block through the city.
If a city earns a score of 70 or above it is considered to be very bike friendly; a city with a score between 50 and 69 is considered bikeable.
For more relative information, visit http://www.walkscore.com/CA/Santa_Monica. See the whole list of bicycle friendly communities at http://www.bikeleague.org/programs/bicyclefriendlyamerica.
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