Just a quick note that we’ll be taking today off to celebrate the Memorial Day weekend. Have a safe, happy holiday and we’ll see you again on Tuesday.
Memorial Day 2007 fun on the GWB. For maximum verisimilitude, replay ad infinitum. Biting commentary on the D.C. dog and pony show isn’t just for Streetsblog anymore. The New York Times’ David M. Herszenhorn has a not-so-subtle indictment of this week’s Congressional hearings on gasoline prices, where slippery oil executives were lined up before […]
(Editor’s Note: Because I’ll be traveling on Tuesday, I put together the headlines list for over the weekend. Wednesday’s Headlines will be the comibed list for Tuesday and Wednesday.) Parking Today Dissects Times Article on Residential Parking Permit Reform Bicyclist Killed by Bus in El Monte (Times) Less People Riding on Toll Roads (OC Register) […]
Tomorrow is the big day at Los Angeles Eco-Village (116 Bimini Place). Streetsblog is proud that the Eco-Village, the birth place of modern bicycle advocacy in Los Angeles, is hosting our annual spring fundraiser again this year. Doors open at 6:00 P.M. and the cost is $30 on a sliding scale to attend. Because our […]
New York has them. San Francisco has them. Portland, too. Now St. Louis might be getting its own version of Summer Streets. Streetsblog Network member St. Louis Urban Workshop is happy with Mayor Francis Slay’s proposal to close some of the city’s streets to motor vehicles on summer weekends. But the blog calls for more […]
Drivers Grumble, ExpressLanes Off to SmoothStart (LAT) Congestion Free Trips for Single Occupancy Vehicles Could Go to $15.40 (LAT) Are Toll Lanes a Slippery Slope? (SGV Tribune) Judge Won’t Stop Work on Regional Connector Despite Lawsuits (Downtown News) Transit Coalition Chair Ken Alpern: Measure J Is Gone, What Now? (City Watch) Huge Porsche Playground Approved for Golf […]
I hope everyone enjoys their Memorial Day Weekend. I’ll be out of town so I hope everyone enjoys the two interviews that will be posting momentarily. Be well, ride safe, and see you all next week. In the meantime, NYC Streetsblog will continue to post breaking national news as it happens and S.F. Streetsblog will […]