Los Angeles officials revealed details this week for the city’s bid for the 2024 Summer Olympics – at an estimated cost of $4.6 billion – with possible venues that could be selling points to help woo the International Olympic Committee, the Los Angeles Daily News reports. A renovated Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum would be the focal point of the games while Griffith Park, the Rose Bowl, Carson’s StubHub facilities, UCLA’s Pauley Pavilion and San Pedro are among the proposed sites. The City Council’s new ad hoc committee is scheduled to meet Friday to discuss the plans.