This Week In Livable Streets

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sblog_calendarThursday is Thanksgiving, just a few events this week. If you are thankful for Streetsblog L.A., if you have benefited personally or professionally from our coverage of bicycling, walking and transit, please make a donation to sustain our work. 

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This Week In Livable Streets

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Support the Mar Vista Great Streets project at a critical neighborhood council meeting tomorrow night. Other events this week include Toxic Tour leader training, Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza redevelopment, bus service changes, Summer Train Fest and more.

The Week in Livable Streets Events

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Here’s your Thanksgiving Week Calendar of events. Not a lot of them, but let’s all hope we’re thankful for a more progressive City Council come Wednesday afternoon. Wednesday – The Los Angeles City Council meets to un-pass, un-ammend, and re-pass the recently passed Mobility Plan. Because the city “forgot” to have the Planning Commission approve […]

Small Business Saturday Pop-up Mar Vista

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On Saturday, November 29th, from 1-4pm, Mar Vista will be the place to be! The Mar Vista Chamber of Commerce encourages everyone to Shop Local and Shop Small at the first-ever Small Business Saturday Pop-Up Mar Vista event. Over 35 businesses along Venice Blvd will be participating; welcoming customers shopping for Holiday gifts, enjoying art galleries, […]

This Week In Livable Streets

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The city of L.A.’s Mobility Plan faces its first city council vote, Metro’s Active Transportation Plan, Lincoln Boulevard, and a Westside CicLAvia all mean it is a packed week. And if you read and appreciate Streetblog, come support us on Saturday! Monday 8/3 – Today is Mobility Monday in anticipation of tomorrow’s L.A. City Council committee hearing on […]

This Week in Livable Streets

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Summer events are in full swing this week: more sidewalk hearings, Clitoral Mass, Bradley Plaza opens, REvisit REseda Blvd, South L.A. Kids Bike Festival, and much more! Tuesday 7/28 – The L.A. City Council will continue to hear from the public on who will pay to repair and maintain sidewalks. Streetsblog previewed the latest sidewalk repair plan here. Tuesday’s hearing [agenda] will […]