Malibu is already a favorite spot for many bicyclists, and it could earn an official two-wheeler seal of approval if the city pursues the designation of "Bicycle Friendly Community" from the nonprofit League of American Bicyclists . The city's potential pursuit of that designation is among the topics on the agenda for tonight's joint meeting of the Public Safety Commission and the Public Safety Subcommittee.
The bicycle league will make a presentation on the BFC program at the meeting. According to the league's website, "The [BFC program] provides incentives, hands-on assistance and award recognition for communities that actively support bicycling."
You can find out more about the program from the league's website.
The agenda also includes an update on the city's discussions with the Los Angeles County Department of Beaches and Harbors regarding the underpass at the entrance to . The underpass allows beachgoers to cross Pacific Cost Highway safely. Its future has been a concern for some local public safety advocates.
Another agenda item is a review of "Public Safety Commission procedures and communication with the City Council."
The meeting, which is open to the public, will begin at 6 p.m. in the Multipurpose Room at , located at 23825 Stuart Ranch Road.