Today’s Headlines

I’ll be filling Damien’s shoes today as guest editor of LA Streetsblog, even though they don’t fit and could probably use a shine.

  • Did NFSR Make Their Case Against Expo EIR? One Legal Blogger Thinks So (Thomas Law)
  • Op/Ed: Expo Brings New Opportunities to South L.A. (Wave)
  • L.A.: The Worst City in U.S. for Dog Attacks on Letter Carriers (NBC4)
  • Is it time to panic yet? The 405 will be closed overnight on Friday and Saturday (Metro)
  • Movement underway to lower BAC limit for drunk driving to .05 (LA Weekly)
  • Why is isn’t California more bike friendly? Calbike points a finger at the Governor (Examiner)
  • USC students map the money in Tuesday’s mayoral election (LA Curbed)
  • Angry motorists plan protest over San Pedro road diet (Daily Breeze)
  • Meanwhile, cyclists plan a peaceful counter protest (BikinginLA)
  • It ain’t in the budget, but Bunker Hill Metro Station could get pedestrian walkway (The Source)
  • Interactive map shows which L.A. neighborhoods bike to work (LA Curbed)
  • $25k reward offered in violent attack on Metro bus driver earlier this month (KTLA)
  • Daily carnage: Carson driver killed in fiery crash (Daily Breeze)
  • Daily carnage 2: Fleeing motorists arrested after crashing into gas pump (Daily Breeze)
  • If you think Toronto’s anti-bike mayor must be on crack, you may be right (Toronto Star)

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Express Park A Success: Cheaper Meters, More Occupied, Less Cruising (LAT) Why Freeways Are the Right Place To Protest Ferguson (Zocalo) LA and LB Receive Bloomberg Grant, Could It Mean More JSK?!?!? (KPCC) Westsiders Want Fewer Cars, Instead Commit to Walk and Bike Complain (Curbed) South El Monte, 5th Of 5 Cities, Approves SGV Regional […]

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Metro Built Too Much Expo Line Parking (L.A. Weekly) LAT Opinion: L.A. Is Not A Suburb, Don’t Plan It Like One Metro Stepping Up First/Last Mile Connections To Transit (Investing in Place) Phil Washington Interview: Metro Easing Expo and Gold Line Overcrowding (KPCC) Luxury Construction Is Not To Blame For L.A. Housing Crisis (Let’s Go […]

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Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) Deputy CEO Paul Taylor, Los Angeles Department of Transportation (LADOT) General Manager Jaime De La Vega and representatives from the Los Angeles County Bicycle Coalition, C.I.C.L.E, Good Samaritan Hospital, USC and Safe Moves will announce a series of events aimed at getting more Angelinos to bicycle to work, school […]

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South L.A. Pedestrian Killed By Metro Blue Line (KTLA, KPCC) If Cities Are Serious About Climate Change, Talk About Banning All Cars (Gizmodo) …OK It Is Satire, But Treehugger Agrees Expo Test Train Collides With Truck, Derails (SM Daily Press, LAT) …Expo Crash Is A Sign Of Bad Things To Come (SM Mirror) …A Minor Crash During Testing […]