Earlier today Streetsblog spotted a few more painted curb extensions on Vermont Avenue in L.A.’s Pico-Union neighborhood. Thermoplastic-paint extensions are in place at the Vermont Avenue intersections with Pico, Venice, and Washington Boulevards. The one-mile stretch of Vermont from Pico to Adams Boulevard is on the list of the top 40 Vision Zero priority corridors identified in […]
Visualizing Metro Ridership Data 2009-2016 (Lisa Schweitzer) EYCEJ and Urban Health Strategies’ Recommendations for SE Cities’ Measure M Funding LAPD Tweet Blames Victims In Apparently Deliberate Car vs. Bike Killing (Attn:) …CiclaValley Asks Questions About the Killing More On Metro Killing the 710 Freeway Tunnel (KPCC, Curbed, LAT, SGV Tribune) Downtown Regional Connector Construction vs. Old Storm […]
Nashville is known as the home of the country music industry -- and a fast-growing region of car-centric sprawl. But local leaders realize they can't accommodate more growth with an outdated, cars-first approach, so Mayor Megan Barry released an action plan yesterday that lays out an ambitious agenda to improve conditions for walking, bicycling, and transit.
This week's guest is Dr. Lisa Schweitzer of USC's Sol Price School of Public Policy. In the first of a two-part series, Dr. Schweitzer talks about how her students respond to urban planning classes, what a recent controversy in a Los Angeles City Council election reveals about bike advocacy, and autonomous vehicles and land use policy.