Today’s Headlines

Note to USC: The answer to this problem isn't having less bikes.
Note to USC: The answer to this problem isn't having less bikes. For more USC Bike Pictures ## here.##
  • Continuing Its Tradition of Blaming Bikes, USC Bans Bikes from Campus (LADOT Bike Blog)
  • City’s Pedestrian Advisory Committee Is Understaffed and Has Many Open Seats (LAist)
  • Jerry Brown Pledges  “Robust Investment” in Transportation Infrastructure (Coco Times)
  • LA Weekly Breaks Down the Westside Subway Debate on City Watch
  • Final Approval for Santa Monica High Tech Development Excludes Controversial Bike Path (Gary Rides Bikes)
  • Pols Fighting to Get the Gold Line Eastside Extension Phase II in Their Neighborhoods (Curbed)
  • China and Metro Getting Together to Figure Out Traffic Woes (The Source)
  • Revised Walk Score Gives Bleak Ratings to Blue Line (Metro Rider)
  • Why Doctors Are Supporting Sustainable Communities (Cap. Weekly)
  • More Drivers Texting Than Ever (LA_Now)
  • My Former Office Writes a Guest Post for the BRU on Federal Policy (BRU Blog)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill


LA/Metro: Expo/Mid-City Ride

Show your support for bicycling in LA! Join the first Expo/Mid-City Bike Ride to celebrate  Bike Week LA and 5.9 miles of new bike lanes along  the Expo Line. All interested bike enthusiasts are invited to join Dan Dabek, executive director of CICLE, in navigating Downtown Los Angeles, South LA and  Culver City – all by […]

Today’s Headlines

LAist Slams Bike Master Plan Workshops (LAist) USC Needs Better Transit Service (Daily Trojan) History of LA Transit Planning (Times) Metro Sues Parsons for Gold Line (Pasadena Star News) Sacramento a Stronghold of Bike Culture (Sac Bee via Bike Commute Tips)

L.A./Metro – Bike to Work Kick Off

Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) Deputy CEO Paul Taylor, Los Angeles Department of Transportation (LADOT) General Manager Jaime De La Vega and representatives from the Los Angeles County Bicycle Coalition, C.I.C.L.E, Good Samaritan Hospital, USC and Safe Moves will announce a series of events aimed at getting more Angelinos to bicycle to work, school […]