Today’s Headlines

  • State Gives $239 Million for Road Projects in San Bernadino… (SB Sun)
  • …and Half a Billion for Inland Empire Road Projects (Press Enterprise)
  • LA’s Main Jewish Thoroughfare Threatened by Pico-Olympic Plan (Forward)
  • Advocates Keep Green Line to LAX Option Alive (Argonaut)
  • Light Rail Plans Scaled Back (Whittier Daily News)
  • Government Officials Riding OC Tollway Free (Register)
  • 23 Freeway Opens Near Moorpark (Moorpark Acorn)

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Today’s Headlines

LADOT Releases Annual Report [PDF] Gas Prices Drop 27 Cents Over 3 Weeks (KPCC) Clever 360-Degree Expo Line Video (Curbed) Let’s Go L.A. Looks At Recent Metro Bus Ridership Statistics Thousand Oaks Will Host Open Streets Event October 31 (Thousand Oaks Acorn) Carnage: Moorpark Collision Kills Two, Including Cyclist (Biking In L.A.) Oil Industry Attacking […]

City, Bike Coalition, Moving on Sharrows

Image: C.I.C.L.E. The Los Angeles County Bike Coalition reports that funding is finally in place for the Sharrows pilot program for L.A.’s streets, half a decade after the LACBC began their Sharrows Campaign.  A group of funders have pooled their dollars to fund the Sharrows on a couple of Los Angeles’ roads, but just because […]

Eyes on the Street: New Green Bike Lane Merge Zones on Vineland Avenue

The Vineland Avenue bike lanes got a little greener this week. The L.A. Department of Transportation (LADOT) gave several merge zones a coat of “fresh Kermit.” The Vineland Avenue bike lanes run from Ventura Boulevard to Burbank Boulevard in the southeast San Fernando Valley neighborhoods of Studio City, North Hollywood, and Toluca Lake – just east […]

Pedestrian Tragedy in the Valley, Again!

This past Tuesday, early in the afternoon, 11-year-old twin sisters Sydney and Alexis left Walter Reed Middle School and began to walk home, a trip that ended at Colfax Avenue and Moorpark Street when they were hit by a car as they attempted to cross the street. By all rights, it was a tragic afternoon […]

Daily News Shocker: Wider 118 Leads to More Speeders

Eastbound traffic on the widened 118 Freeway in Simi Valley.  Image via Daily News Earlier this week, Sue Doyle with the Daily News reported that with the expansion of the 188 Freeway, aka the Ronald Reagen Freeway, there has been an unexpected consequence.  Apparently, the wider highway has led to a pandemic of speeding: "They’re […]

Today’s Headlines

County Bicycle And Pedestrian Count Kicks Off (KPCC) EPA Calls 710 Freeway Tunnel Studies Inadequate (Press-Telegram) Metro Looking At Various Options For West Santa Ana Branch Rail (Urbanize L.A.) What Metro’s Bike-Share Bikes Will Look Like (SBLA Tumblr) Beijing And L.A. Commit To Low-Carbon Planning, Transportation, And Technology (LAT) Metrolink Improving Crossings In Simi Valley […]