Today’s Headlines

  • Yes, We See the Daily News Is Running a Don’t Hit Cyclists Series, More on That Tomorrow
  • CicLAvia! (CBS2, KTLA, ABC7)
  • The Times Goes All In for CicLAvia, Four Reporters and Many Stories (One, Two, Three, Four, Five, Six, Seven)
  • Metro Announces Increased Service on Gold, Expo, and Orange Lines (The Source)
  • The Powerful Advocacy of the Crenshaw Subway Coalition Gaining Notice (KCET)
  • USC v Museums Over Parking Revenue Controversy Continues (LAT)
  • Has US Reached “Peak Car” (Atlantic Cities via Streetsblog Cap. Hill)
  • Big Blue Bus Shakes Up Schedule (Lookout!)
  • Hymon Casually Destroys Arguments for Funding Gold Line Extenstion to Montclair 1st (The Source)
  • The NYPD Reads Streetsblog. Gotta Work on the LAPD (NYT)
  • “That 70’s Show” Actress Arrested on DUI in Burbank (Daily News)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

Today will be a light posting day as I have meetings in the morning and have to get the cargo bike home in the afternoon.

  • Juan Matute

    I wonder if the Getty Foundation money had anything to do with how the LA Times and others saw the event. The concerted effort to link the event to some of LA’s most powerful cultural institutions through the Pacific Standard Time program showed the event could be flexible and still enjoyable. Walking by Oscar statutes is quite a different vibe than cycling down Venice to the beach.

  • calwatch

    Meanwhile, the Los Angeles News Group (Daily News, Daily Breeze, San Gabriel Tribune et al) seems to be trolling everyone: “Should bicyclists be insured and licensed?” Really?

    http://www.dailybulletin.com/ci_23530469/should-bicyclists-be-insured-and-licensed-question-week