The West San Gabriel Valley Bike Coalition (WSGVBC) will be holding its inaugural meeting since becoming an official chapter of the LA County Bicycle Coalition. At this meeting we will introduce ourselves, talk about biking in the SGV, talk about what you would like to see happen in the SGV, talk about some of our goals for the coming year and beyond, talking about about group rides, etc.
It’s a short week with Martin Luther King Day yesterday, but there’s a ton of great events on tap for the weekend and beyond. The highlight might be the Transportation Forum being held by a pair of Assembylman, including Transportation Committee Chair Mike Eng. I can’t make the hearing, but if you can and are […]
California Walks hosts its statewide pedestrian conference in Long Beach. California’s primaries will be decided at tomorrow’s elections. This weekend, volunteer with Great Streets, and choose between the LACBC’s River Ride or Viva SGV open streets! Monday-Tuesday 6/6-7 – Streetsblog L.A. will be attending California Walks’ Peds Count 2016 conference in Long Beach. Registration is closed, […]
This week, #DamienTalks with Albert Ho of the Gold Line Foothill Extension Construction Authority. Albert has been a booster of the project dating back to the mid aughts, helping to found the IWillRide campaign as an interested college student, managing the website early in his career and then working for the Construction Authority. Albert talks […]
Tuesday – Our friends at the Urban Land Institute are back with their second “Future Build” conference looking at green architecture and development trends in Southern California. The speakers lineup features Founder of G24 Innovations Robert M. Hertzberg and L.A. City Deputy Mayor for the Environment Romel Pascual. For more information on the conference, click […]
This is #DamienTalks end of the year podcast where four local experts weigh in on the biggest stories of 2016 and 2017.
This week, #DamienTalks with Wes Reutimann, the executive director of Bike SGV. With Bike Month nearly half over, it seemed as good a time as any to get an update on the state of bicycle advocacy in the San Gabriel Valley. Of course we discuss the open streets mega-event 626, but there’s a lot of […]