Today’s Headlines

  • BHUSD Is On the Board: FTA Agrees to Extended Comment Period, Rep. Waxman Got Their Back (LA Weekly)
  • LAPD Promises “Exhaustive” Investigation of Schick Crash (Blog Downtown, LAist)
  • Measure R+ Takes First Steps in Sacramento (The Source)
  • 30 Pianos in Public Spaces Makes for an L.A. Arts Oddity (Daily News)
  • Which Way L.A. on bikes, cars, the LAPD and Susanna Schick
  • Interesting Comments Section on the Schick Case at Biking In L.A. with LAPD Sgt. David Krumer
  • Interesting Multi-Cultural Moment, DTLA Evenly Split Racially (LA_Now)
  • A Nice Profile of Los Angeles Walks, Complete with Missing Persons Reference (LAist)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

  • Sgt. David Krumer

    Hello All…I hope to see everyone on Sunday at CicLAvia. I will be out with my rug rats (if it does not rain) predominately around the Downtown portion of the route. I will be pulling my kids in a trailer sporting the American flag. If you see me please do not hesitate to say hello or ask a question.

  • You deserve a break from questions.  Enjoy CicLAvia.

  • Sgt. David Krumer

    Well part of the enjoyment is the sense of community we share and making connections…so I really don’t see chatting with folks a distraction from the activities but more of a primary reason for going ;>}

  • Davistrain

    I presume this is part of the public pianos program–there’s a colorful “88” in LA Union Station–while going between the Gold Line platform and the AmBus area today and last Thursday, someone has been “jammin’ away” on the keys.

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Villaraigosa Invites L.A. to Enjoy CicLAvia (ABC7, CC Times, KPCC, HuffPo) Headline: “Car Free Day to Be Enforced in L.A.” (Xinhua) LAPD Wants a Safe Critical Mass (LAist, LA Weekly) Times takes a Somewhat Less Positive Tone (LAT) Preview of Today’s Metro Board Meeting (The Source) Obama’s HSR Plans Running Into Issues with Freight Industry […]

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