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RE: [carfree_cities] Surprisingly, parts of LA are walkable

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  • T. J. Binkley
    ... Near a few piers and short boardwalks, yes. Most of the Southern California coast, however, is lined with parking lots and private residences. Cyclists
    Message 1 of 12 , Jun 14, 2002
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      >Are there many restaurants, hotels, groceries, shops, entertaining
      >businesses,... directly accessible by the beach, with no car traffic to
      >cross? If so that would make another possibility for a carfree vacation
      >trip.

      Near a few piers and short boardwalks, yes. Most of the Southern
      California coast, however, is lined with parking lots and private
      residences. Cyclists routinely use the Pacific Coast Highway, which runs
      most of the length of the state, and a good bike path runs from roughly
      Santa Monica down to Long Beach, perhaps further south, in LA County.

      There are hotels and bike rental outfits in Ventura, as well as a coastal
      bike path that connects to a bike/equestrian path that leads 16 miles
      inland to neighboring Ojai.


      -T.J.
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