Today’s Headlines

  • 4 Dead in Hit and Runs in L.A. Last Weekend (L.A. Weekly)
  • Reporter Michael Hastings Thought He Was Invincible; He Wasn’t (LA Times)
  • Brown Defiant, CAHSR Construction Continues Despite Judge’s Ruling (Daily JournalCBS)
  • L.A. Lifts Curbside Gardening Ban, Snoop Lion Wants Kids to Garden (CBS2)
  • Union Station Master Plan Comment Period Extended (The Source)
  • A Review of Santa Monica’s Tour Da Arts (Santa Monica Next)
  • UCLA: If Everyone Were Like Us, There Would Be No Car Congestion (UCLA News)
  • Pasadena Plans Crackdown on Texting While Driving (CBS2)
  • L.A. and Four Other Cities Buy Half the World’s Electric Cars (Wired)
  • Cyclelicious Digs Up a 1922 Article Showing Early Days of AAA Pedestrian-Blaming Campaign
  • LA County Wants to Turn a Parking Lot Into a Park, Culver City Objects (Culver City Times)
  • LA Wants to Know if Your Apartment Will Pancake in the Next Earthquake (LA Times)
  • The City by the Bay is Officially Begrimed by Bike Share Stations (SF Streetsblog)
  • San Francisco Bike Thief Nailed With Flying Ice Cube (SF Streetsblog)
  • Protected Bike Lanes Could Have Saved a Cyclist From a Vehicular Assault (NBC Chicago, Storify)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

  • Anonymous

    Stoneview is around the corner from an existing park (Blair Hills Park) and basically across the street from Kenneth Hahn. Culver City’s objections are overblown, but given that existing parks could surely use additional maintenance, it’s hard to see a compelling need for a park there.