Today’s Headlines

Featured Headline: Bikeside has been diligently releasing the bike platforms of candidates for next week’s CD 15 City Council Race.  So far they have statements from Justin Brimmer who discussed his brother’s bike crash and empowering the Backbone Bikeway Network, John Delgado who discussed his vision for a CicLAvia from Downtown to San Pedro, Jayme Wilson who sees Bike Friendly Streets and Bike Stations in the city’s future, and Jayme Wilson, a cyclist herself who held court at Bikeside Speaks.  Stay tuned to Bikeside for more as we head towards next Tuesday’s election. 
  • FTA Dismisses BRU Title VI Civil Rights Complaint Against Metro (The Source)
  • Former Planning Chief Goldberg: Hard to Find Constituency for Good Planning (Arch. News)
  • Is High Speed Rail Price Tag Going to Doom Project? (LAT)
  • Meanwhile HSR Board Tries to Repair Credibility with Shaky Public (Daily News)
  • “Buy Here Pay Here” Dealerships Target Young Military Members (LAT)
  • Van Nuys Blvd. Rapid Way Presentation Now Online (The Source)
  • MD Governor “We owe it to our children” to increase gas tax (WaPo)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

  • BSC

    Thank you for featuring the pro-walking and biking CD 15 candidates! I think you meant to refer to Candice Graham in “and Jayme Wilson, a cyclist herself..”

  • Vicentemanalac8

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