Today’s Headlines

  • In 2003, the Man DROVE THROUGH A FARMER’S MARKET, It’s Not an “Accident” (LAT)
  • Neighbors for Smart Rail File Appeal of Expo Ruling, Construction Beginning Anyway (Curbed)
  • Linton: CEQA for Bike Lanes Projects a Ridiculous Waste of Time (Eco-Village)
  • While Debating Fee Increase, State Will Wait to Mail Vehicle Registration Bills (LAT)
  • Epstein: Its Time for “Beverly Hillbillies” to Stop Obstructing Westside Subway Stop (HuffPo)
  • Equestrians Endanger 4-Mile Bike Lane Project in NE San Fernando Valley (LADOT Bike Blog)
  • 6 Year Old Run Down by Coward in Black SUV Who Flees in South L.A. (LA_Now)
  • State Tax Coming in Higher Than Expected (LAT)
  • Congress Way Better at Slashing Transit Funds Than Lowering Gas Prices (MTR)
  • GOOD: Join Us In Driving Less for Bike Month
  • BTW, It’s Also Motorcycle Awareness Month (Daily News)

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We added two Northeast L.A. Bike Rides, hosted by Flying Pigeon L.A. to our Streetsblog Bike Month Mega-Page.  Check it out for all the bike rides in Bike Month, and let me know if I’m missing anything.

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  • The dude abides

    Re: bike lane equestrian conflict

    Almost every bike advocate caved on bikes in parks when the la delayed bike plan was being vetted. They made a political choice that is now going to bite them in the ass. The equestrian people want you off the streets they use. I hope you all enjoy the fight now. Maybe if you had some backbone then you could have shut them up now.

  • The dude abides

    I for got to add:

    A horse, a horse, my bike lane for a horse

  • Don’t know how that happened. I got it now. Thanks.

  • Anonymous

    I don’t think anybody ever established that he drove through the farmers’ market on purpose. So it’s an accident. A really bad one, but still an accident nonetheless.

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