Today’s Headlines

  • Metro CEO Phil Washington Takes To KPCC Airwaves
  • Facebook Video: Councilmember Buscaino Rides Metro Bike Share To Promote Port Expansion
  • Measure M Will Fix Local Sidewalks and Roads (Investing In Place)
  • Daily News Editorial: No On Measure M, Will Not Help Average People
  • Post Bike-Ped Crash, Safety Is Top Priority On River Walk/Bike Path (LADOT LeapLA)
    …New SLOW Signs For Pedestrian Safety To Be Installed On River Path (Eastsider)
    …SLOW Signs Also Planned For All Sites Of Car Vs. Ped Crashes Too (R.U. Kiddink)
  • Better Institutions Looks At Proposed L.A. Parking Podium Reforms
  • Metro Receives $10.5M Federal Grant For CNG Buses To Replace Diesel Buses (The Source)
  • L.A. City Planning Committee Approves Scaled-Back Hollywood Gehry Development (UrbanizeLAT)
  • Mixed-Used TOD Complex Proposed Along Gold Line In Chinatown (Urbanize)
  • Metro and Caltrans Want Your Input On Fixing the 605 Freeway (SGV Tribune)
    …How About Congestion Pricing? Oh Wait, That Actually Works (Price Tags)
  • California’s Hit-and-Run Percentages Are Rising (Biking in L.A.)
  • No Vacancies In California? Housing Report Says No (NYT)

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Integrity Issues At Neighborhood Integrity? DiCaprio Did Not Endorse, Claims Scrubbed (Curbed) NII Quietly Funding No On Measure M Campaign (Curbed) Crenshaw/LAX Line Tunnel Machine Breaks Through At Leimert Park (The Source, Curbed) What Metro’s Long Range Plan Means For Communities (Investing in Place) Measure M Claims 15% Traffic Reduction In 2057 (LAT) …Lisa Schweitzer Expresses […]

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Metro Confirms Expo Line Will Run Every 6 Minutes Starting Monday (The Source) L.A. River Walk/Bike Path Bike-Ped Collision Was Not Hit-and-Run (Biking in L.A.) Yet Another L.A. River Walk/Bike Path Closure (CiclaValley) How Measure M Does For Low-Income Communities (KPCC) Caruso Beverly Center Development Includes Streetscape, Green Bike Lanes (Urbanize) Should Santa Monica Shrink? […]

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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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Turns Out Yesterday’s Metro Bomb Threat Was Not Credible (LAT) Speculation On What Route WeHo Metro Line Will Take (Urbanize) Map Of Potential Near-Term Metro Bike Share Expansion Areas (@Laura_Nelson Twitter) More On Future Lankershim Blvd Protected Bike Lanes (Curbed) Supervisor Kuehl Appointed To SCAQMD Board (LAT) Elysian Valley Slow Ride Pushes L.A. River Bike […]

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L.A. River Bike Path Meeting Tonight (Biking in L.A., CiclaValley) LAT Editorial: Vote Clinton To Combat Climate Change L.A. Weekly Looks At AIDS Foundation Election Spending Boyle Heights Anti-Gentrification Graffiti Sparks Hate Crime Debate (Guardian, L.A. Weekly) Carnage: Suspected DUI Driver Kills Infant Girl On 110 Freeway In Elysian Park (SGV Tribune) Bike And Transit […]

Five Reasons Why People Who Bike Should Vote Yes On Measure M

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Streetsblog L.A. endorsed Measure M, Metro’s proposed sales tax to fund transportation infrastructure and programs throughout L.A. County. Voters will decide the fate of Measure M next Tuesday. If you get around on bike, here are five reasons you will want to vote yes on Measure M. 1. A Local Funding Stream For Bicycling: Two Percent […]