No Clips This Morning

I’ve got to run out the door to catch the bus and wanted a couple extra winks after staying up to write the Tom Rubin piece. If you need clips in a hurry I would go to Streetsblog which always has some green transportation pieces and The Metro Library for the local news.

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Gabe Klein on How DC Built a Smarter Parking System

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Streetfilms’ Clarence Eckerson is working on a piece about parking policy and was recently in Washington to discuss some of that city’s innovations with former District DOT chief Gabe Klein. The full Streetfilm is still a work-in-progress, but Clarence put together these clips where Klein explains the city’s pay-by-phone parking meter tech, which goes great with dynamic […]

First Clips of 2008

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New Laws for Dangerous Drivers/Cyclists Without Lights in Effect (Ventura County Star) Weiss Calls for Privatized Subway to the Sea (LAist, Daily News) Neighborhood Councils Want Zoning Say (Times) Pro-HOT Lanes Piece in Daily News (Daily News) Curbed Awards ’07: Planning Urbanity Awards (Curbed LA) Fatal Accident Result Of BMW Street Race, Witnesses Say (KNBC, […]

KABC Discovers What’s “Bugging You…”

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I have to admit. I expected worse. When I read on Midnight Ridazz that ABC 7 was running advertisements about a segment on the 11:00 P.M. news called “Road Wars: Cars v Cyclists,” I was expecting a total hit piece on bicycling.  My friends in San Francisco and New York warned me that there is […]

Checking in on Car Culture

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A piece in the today’s Times goes into the bad habits of many drivers. Normally, an article like this wouldn’t get more than a clip in Today’s Clip, but after last week’s "Dust Up" it was worth noting that it isn’t just a few bad apples that ruin the whole bunch and that it’s not […]

We’re Hiring: Streetsblog Is Searching for a Managing Editor

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Streetsblog is looking for a talented journalist to shape and oversee coverage throughout our growing family of news sites. The Managing Editor will work with the Editor-in-Chief and our roster of editors and reporters to hone Streetsblog’s coverage of transportation and planning issues, grow our audience, and bring our brand of advocacy journalism to more […]
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Streetsblog Looking for a Capitol Hill Reporter

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Editor’s note: Our search for a national reporter to take over Streetsblog Capitol Hill wouldn’t be complete without putting out a call to the audience with the greatest passion for livable streets and sustainable transportation policy — our readers. We are looking for a talented professional journalist, eager to make an impact, to take over […]