WILMINGTON, LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- The Los Angeles City Council is looking into adding more bike lanes. The study will focus on the Wilmington area.
The council will look into creating a cycle track loop connecting the community's main areas. The loop's boundaries are proposed as Machado Lake in the northwest, Avalon Boulevard in the east, leading down to the soon-to-be revamped Wilmington waterfront to the south.
The loop could cost as much as $1 million to complete. The city council will seek input from community groups in the coming months.
LA City Council looking into creating Wilmington bike loop