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This Week In Livable Streets

sblog_calendarThe 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 the city’s new Mobility Plan. Share, tweet, email, call, telegraph, messenger, etc. to show your councilmember that you support L.A.’s planned multi-modal future. Details here.
  • Tuesday 8/4 – The city’s proposed new Mobility Plan is up for a vote at the city’s Transportation and Planning committees. The hearing will be at 2:30 p.m. at the 3rd floor council chambers at L.A. City Hall. Meeting agenda [PDF] here. For information on the plan, see earlier SBLA coverage here.
  • Tuesday 8/4 – Santa Monica’s Commuter Challege kicks off with a breakfast at the Colorado Center Palm Courtyard (2425 Colorado Ave) from 9 a.m. to 10:30 am. More details at Santa Monica Next.
  • Wednesday 8/5 – Test drive Metro bike-share at a demo from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Lunch Á La Park in Grand Park in downtown L.A. Details here.
  • Wednesday 8/5 – Metro is looking for input on its Active Transportation Strategic Plan. The agency is hosting the first of its workshops tomorrow from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. at Grace Black Auditorium at 3130 Tyler Avenue in El Monte. More details at Metro.
  • Thursday 8/6 – Help redesign Santa Monica’s Lincoln Boulevard. Attend a community meeting from 7 p.m. to 9 pm. at John Muir/Smash Auditorium, 2525 5th Street in Santa Monica. Details at Facebook event.
  • Saturday 8/8 – You’re reading Streetsblog L.A. right now, and if you like what you see, please support us at our fundraiser from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at L.A. Eco-Village in Koreatown. Tickets are only $25. If you can’t afford that and you’d like to help our, we’re looking for a couple good volunteers, too – email joe@streetsblog.org.
  • Sunday 8/9 – CicLAvia opens Culver City and Venice from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.! Details here.

Did we miss anything? Is there something we should list on future calendars? Email joe@streetsblog.org.

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This Week in Livable Streets

sblog_calendarSummer 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 take place at 6 p.m. at the Mar Vista Recreation Center, 11430 Woodbine Street in Mar Vista – with later meetings this week in Eagle Rock and Van Nuys. For additional details read this article at Investing in Place.
  • Tuesday 7/28 – Contractors Walsh Shea will update the community on Metro Crenshaw Line construction. The community meeting is from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at Lincoln Memorial Congregational Church at 4126 Arlington Ave in South L.A. More details at Facebook Event.
  • Wednesday 7/29 – L.A. City Councilmember Gil Cedillo and the city’s Bureau of Engineering celebrate the completion of the North Main Street Bridge renovation project. Celebration takes place at 2 p.m. at the corner of N. Main and Albion Street in Lincoln Heights. Details at event flier.
  • Wednesday 7/29 – Wednesday’s sidewalk repair council hearing [agenda] will take place at 6 p.m. at the Eagle Rock Center for the Arts, at 2225 Colorado Boulevard in Eagle Rock. See Tuesday listing for additional background.
  • This Thursday is the grand opening for Bradley Plaza!

    This Thursday is the grand opening for Bradley Plaza!

    Thursday 7/30 – L.A. City Councilmember Felipe Fuentes, the L.A. City Department of Transportation (LADOT), and Pacoima Beautiful are hosting a grand opening celebration for the opening of People St’s Bradley Plaza. The festivities take place at 10 a.m. at Bradley Plaza, at the corner of Van Nuys Blvd and Bradley Avenue in Pacoima. More details at Facebook event.

  • Thursday 7/30 – Thursday’s sidewalk repair council hearing [agenda] will take place at 6 p.m. at Van Nuys City Hall, at 6262 Van Nuys Blvd, three blocks north of the Metro Orange Line busway and bikeway. See Tuesday listing for additional background.
  • Thursday 7/30 – Explore L.A. City’s first parking-protected bike lanes on Reseda Boulevard in Northridge at “REvisit REseda Blvd” an art walk and scavenger hunt taking place from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. this Thursday. Event details here. L.A. County Bicycle Coalition (LACBC) hosts a feeder bike ride departing 5 p.m. from Sepulveda Orange Line Station. Ride details here.
  • Thursday 7/30 – East Yard Communities for Environmental Justice hosts a community forum against destructive South 710 Freeway widening. The meeting will take place from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the South Gate Municipal Auditorium at 4900 Southern Avenue in South Gate. Details at Facebook event.
  • Friday 7/31 – Free bike-in movie night screening Big Hero 6 in Vermont Square Park at 1201 W. 48th Street in South L.A. Ride with the East Side Riders to get the outdoor screening taking place 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. Details at Facebook event.
  • Saturday 8/1 – The Ovarian Psyco Cycles 4th Annual Clitoral Mass bike tour takes to the streets. The free ride, for womxn-identified, two-spirited, and gender non-conforming folx, departs from the Plaza at El Pueblo/Olvera Street (across from Union Station) at 11 a.m. Details at Facebook event.
  • Saturday 8/1 – Eastside Sol is a free solar food truck and solar festival featuring live mural and screen-printing demonstrations by local artists and youth, solar-powered music stage, free fruit and aguas frescas, local vendors, free fruit trees, free face painting, and information booths from local environmental justice and clean energy organizations. Lots of free stuff; check it out from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m at Mariachi Plaza. Details at Facebook event. The mural painting there even has its own Facebook event.
  • Sunday 8/2 – The LACBC hosts its monthly Sunday Funday ride in Lakewood. Gather 9:30 a.m. at Lakewood Del Valle Park at 4658 Woodruff. Details at Facebook event.
  • Sunday 8/2 – The East Side Riders are hosting a bike-safety themed kids’ fun day from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. at the Watts Labor Community Action Committee at 10950 S. Central Avenue. The South L.A. Kids Bike Festival will feature free kids safety skills tips and a bike safety festival featuring an obstacle course/skills station, group ride, helmet give-away, gift bags, bike tune-ups, and skateboarding safety demos. Details at Facebook event.
  • It’s not too early to get your tickets next week’s Saturday 8/8 Streetsblog Party and Fundraiser at L.A. Eco-Village!

Did we miss anything? Is there something we should list on future calendars? Email joe@streetsblog.org.

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This Week In Livable Streets

sblog_calendarLots going on this week – from an equity webinar, to Metro’s board meeting, to Union Station creative writing, to bicycling the Southeast County stretches of the L.A. River and much more!

  • Tuesday 7/21 – LA County Bike Coalition Executive Director Tamika Butler is among the expert national panelists for Safe Routes to School National Partnership’s free webinar titled Active Transportation and Equity: Key Challenges and Opportunities from the Field. It takes place online at 10 a.m. tomorrow. Event details hereRegister here.
  • Tuesday 7/21 – Santa Monica Next and James Rojas invite you to help plan Santa Monica 2030. Takes place at 1640 5th St, Santa Monica, CA 90401 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. – additional details at SBLA sister site Santa Monica Next.
  • Thursday 7/23 –  Metro’s monthly Board of Directors Meeting will take place this Thursday. There are details at a new Metro website (worse than before, unless you are really into downloading PDFs) with agendas and some of the meeting materials. There’s always a lot on the agenda [PDF], but some topics of note this month are how Metro may extend the Gold Line east of East L.A., and updated Metro policies on affordable housing joint development and parking (SBLA story coming today or tomorrow.)
  • Thursday 7/23 – Boyle Heights Mariachi Plaza hosts the Special Olympics Torch Run and Ceremony – run at 11 a.m., ceremony at 12:25 p.m. – details here.
  • Thursday 7/23 – The Exide Technologies Advisory Group meets from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Resurrection Catholic Church, Parish Hall, at 3324 E. Opal Street, L.A. 90023. It’s an opportunity for community members looking to work with the California Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC) and South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) to hold Exide accountable for cleanup of its site. Read recent SBLA Exide coverage here. The meeting is open to the public; translation services will be provided. For further information contact DTSC Public Participation Specialist Marina Pérez at 1-844-225-3887 or SCAQMD Senior Public Information Specialist Leeor Alpern at 909-396-3663.
  • Friday 7/24 – Explore, enjoy, and write your L.A. Union Station story – at Metro’s PUBLISH! Your Journey from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. More details at The Source and this Facebook event.
  • Saturday 7/25 – State Assemblymember Anthony Rendon, L.A. County Supervisor Hilda Solis, and the Rivers and Mountains Conservancy host a free Southeast L.A. River Bike Ride and Run, where you can learn about AB 530. Starts at Maywood Riverfront Park and ends at Cudahy River Park. Registration starts at 7 a.m., ride and run starts 8 a.m. Event details and rsvp at Asm Rendon’s website.
  • Sunday 7/26 – Black Kids on Bikes (BKOB) and the Ride-On Bike Co-Op host another free bike fix-it session at Leimert Park from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. See earlier SBLA coverage here. Event details here.
  • Next Mon-Tue-Wed 7/27-7/29 – 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. Next week’s hearings take place in West L.A., Eagle Rock and Van Nuys. Agendas are posted at L.A. City’s web calendar three days in advance; for location, time, and additional details now, see Investing in Place.

Did we miss anything? Is there something we need to know for future calendars? Email joe@streetsblog.org.

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Technologists and Transportation Professionals Meet at TransportationCamp Los Angeles

TranspoCamp UCLA

Register now for TransportationCamp, October 3rd at UCLA

2015 is an exciting time for transportation innovation in Los Angeles.  We have a rapidly-expanding frequent transit and bicycle network.  Technological innovation has already brought us reliable point-to-point mobility for passengers, real-time transit arrival and traffic incident information, and even “feeding the meter” from a phone.

We see more promise on the horizon as local governments in the Los Angeles area continue to innovate mobility.  The City of Los Angeles and Google currently share traffic information, and Google’s Waze recently announced a pilot program to allow app users to ride with each other.  Cities and Metro will soon launch bikeshare on the westside and in downtown, which promises to augment the transit network and and encourage more people to try our expanding bicycle network.  The City of Los Angeles’s Taxicab Commission is restructuring regulations to enable innovation in a long-stagnant industry.

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This Week In Livable Streets

sblog_calendarThe Los Angeles City Council may be on their summer recess, but there’s still plenty to do – though the highlights are near the ocean where it’s a little cooler – support SBLA sister site LongBeachize and take a walking tour of the Port of Los Angeles.

  • Tuesday 7/7 – Later this week, attorneys from Chatten-Brown & Carstens will be filing a lawsuit against the City of Los Angeles to halt the proposed redesign of the Glendale-Hyperion Bridge and force the city to adopt a bridge plan that serves all Angelenos. At 11 a.m. at the Red Car Park in Atwater Village, safe streets advocates will hold a press conference to discuss the lawsuit.
  • Tuesday 7/7 - For the past five weeks, SCAG has been touring the six-county region with a series of open houses to engage residents on the development of the 2016-2040 Regional Transportation Plan/Sustainable Communities Strategy (2016 RTP/SCS). The open houses provides an overview of some of the key topics that will be discussed in the plan, including – transportation, air quality, land use development, open space and the region’s vital goods movement industry. This Tuesday, the open house tour comes to Boyle Heights. Find out more in SCAG’s newsletter or on one of their multi-lingual event flyers.
  • Wednesday 7/8 – Join “Draft L.A.” for a discussion on “Designing for Public Space” with speaker Nat Gale, Director of the Great Streets Initiative. You’ll discuss the notion of public space, civic design, and how Mayor Garcetti’s Great Streets Challenge Grant is an opportunity to “disrupt” this process. Get more details at EventBrite.
  • Wednesday 7/8 – Celebrate Online Journalist of the Year 2014, LongBeachIze’s very own Brian Addison. Happy Hour starts at 6pm at Hamburger Mary’s at 330 Pine Avenue in Long Beach. Details here.
  • Saturday 7/11 –  Los Angeles Walks hosts a waterfront walking tour of the Port of Los Angeles. Departs at 10am from the Catalina Express terminal at Berth 95. Free, but RSVPs requested – details here.

Did we miss anything? Is there something we need to know for future calendars? Email joe@streetsblog.org.

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This Week In Livable Streets

sblog_calendarIt’s a holiday-shortened week (SBLA won’t be publishing this Friday), but there are some rides and a special L.A. City Council hearing on sidewalk repair.

  • Tuesday 6/30 – At special South L.A. joint meeting of the Public Works and Budget committees [agenda PDF], the Los Angeles City Council will hear from the public on who will pay to repair and maintain sidewalks. Streetsblog previewed the latest sidewalk repair plan here. Tonight’s sidewalks meeting takes place tonihjt at 6 p.m. at the Estelle Van Meter Senior Center at 7600 Avalon Boulevard, L.A. 90003. Additional sidewalk meetings coming in late July, see Investing in Place.
  • Thursday 7/2 – Relampago Wheelery rides east for Morriseyoke. Ride departs L.A. Eco-Village at 9 p.m. Details here.
  • Sunday 7/5 – The L.A. County Bicycle Coalition hosts a Sunday Funday ride, focused on L.A. history. Departs 9 a.m. from Sunset Triangle Plaza. Details here.

Did we miss anything? Is there something we need to know for future calendars? Email joe@streetsblog.org.

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This Week in Livable Streets

sblog_calendarSummer’s here – so lots of rides and festivals: the River Ride, Mask Festival, Kidical Mass, and more. On the governmental side of things, there’s Metro’s Board meeting and a special L.A. City Council hearing on sidewalk repair.

  • Tuesday 6/23 – Communities for a Better Environment and Climate Resolve Extreme present, “Heat and Vulnerability in Los Angeles: A Discussion,” from 10:30 a.m. to 12 noon at the California Endowment in downtown Los Angeles. Free, but register here.
  • Tuesday 6/23 – At special joint meeting of the Public Works and Budget committees [agenda PDF], the Los Angeles City Council begins public deliberations on who will pay to repair and maintain sidewalks. Streetsblog previewed the latest sidewalk repair plan here. The first of what was announced as a series of hearings around the city will take place Tuesday at the Harbor City Branch Library at 24000 S. Western Avenue.
  • Tuesday 6/23 – Zócalo presents a free panel discussion asking, “Can Transit Make Housing More Affordable?” (or is that just Anglo triumphalism, too?) The speakers include Joan Ling, Mike Bonin, and more. It takes place at MOCA this Tuesday night at 7 p.m. More details and make a reservation at Zócalo.
  • Wednesday 6/24 – The L.A. City Council Transportation Commitee meets at 2 p.m. at City Hall. On the agenda [PDF] are pedestrian stings, leading pedestrian intervals, and more.
  • Thursday 6/25 – Metro’s monthly Board of Directors meeting is expected to consider eliminating transfers on fares paid by cash, extending the Sheriff’s policing contract, approving the agency’s first ever bike-share contract, and more. Board meets at 9 a.m. at Metro headquarters, right behind Union Station. Full Metro meeting agendas and reports should be posted here shortly.
  • Thursday 6/25 – Bike with C.I.C.L.E. to go see the outdoor screening of Pee-Wee’s Big Adventure at the Sunset Triangle Park. Details here.
  • Thursday 6/25 – The last in a series of meetings around L.A. on street vending will be held at the WLCAC, 10950 S. Central Avenue, at 6 p.m. The meetings are an effort by the L.A. Street Vendor Campaign — a coalition of organizations, business owners, and individuals advocating on behalf of the city’s 50,000+ vendors — to gather feedback from the community that can be used to help L.A. take the necessary steps to establish the first citywide vending ordinance. For more information, visit the campaign’s website.
  • Friday 6/26 – Dinner fundraiser by L.A. Rooted to raise money to take youth on the Gratitude Bike Tour. Details here.
  • Saturday 6/27 – Leimert Park Village hosts its 20|20 Vision Initiative Charette from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Details here and more information in a SBLA article coming this week.
  • Saturday 6/27 – Santa Monica hosts a 4th of July themed Kidical Mass ride – from 9 a.m. to 12 noon at Reed Park. Details here.
  • Sunday 6/28 – LACBC hosts its 15th Annual River Ride – various starting points, times, and distances to suit every kind of bicyclist! Details here.
  • Sunday 6/28 – The Ride On! Bike Co-Op and Black Kids on Bikes present Free Bike Tune-up Sessions from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in Leimert Park. Details here.
  • Sunday 6/28 – Leimert Park Village hosts its 5th Annual Mask Festival honoring the ancestors from 1 p.m. to 8 p.m. Details here.
  • Sunday 6/28 – C.I.C.L.E. and the Bike Oven host a 5 p.m. NELA fireworks ride. Details here.

Did we miss anything? Is there something we need to know for future calendars? Email joe@streetsblog.org.

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This Week In Livable Streets

sblog_calendarLots to do and see – from Street Vending, to Metro Committees, to Jaydancing!

  • Monday – It’s #MobilityMondayLA. The L.A. County Bicycle Coalition and others are urging Angelenos to contact Los Angeles City Council members and voice support for the city’s proposed Mobility Plan 2035. The plan was recently approved by the city Planning Commission, and will soon be heard by the City Council, first in committee on June 23. There’s a lot to like in the plan, and it has come under some criticism from some people who think L.A.’s future is all about cars. Participate in #MobilityMondayLA via phone, email and social media, details at LACBC.
  • Tuesday – The L.A. City Council’s Transportation Committee meets at 9 a.m. The agenda [PDF] is short, with only two items: the proposed DTLA streetcar, and possible new regulations for private event valet parking.
  • (OOPS – Next Tuesday 6/23) – Zocalo presents a free panel discussion asking “Can Transit Make Housing More Affordable?” (or is that just Anglo triumphalism, too?) The speakers include Joan Ling, Mike Bonin, and more. It takes place at MOCA this Tuesday night at 7 p.m. More details and make a reservation at Zócalo.
  • Tuesday – The debate on street vending has been heating up with vendors and their supporters turning out in large numbers for recent meetings on the issue in Boyle Heights and the Valley. On June 16 (6 – 8 p.m.), the vendors and community members will join Grammy Award-winning East L.A. band, Quetzal and the East LA Community Corporation (ELACC) in a screening of Quetzal’s new music video, “Coyote Hustle.” Coyote Hustle depicts the realities and struggles faced by street vendors in the only major city in the United States without a formal vendor permit process. The video release at Casa del Mexicano will be coupled with food, art, activism, and song making with Quetzal band members. Details, here.
  • Wednesday and Thursday – Metro’s monthly committee meetings are where the agency’s big decisions get previewed in advance of the monthly board meeting next week, Thursday, June 25. The agendas aren’t online yet, but one of the agenda items will be Metro’s bike-share contract. Full Metro meeting agendas and reports should be posted here shortly.
  • Thursday - Get your mobility advocacy on by attending the public hearing on the Crenshaw Boulevard Streetscape Plan. Open house begins at 5 p.m. at the LADWP Community Room (4030 Crenshaw Bl.) and the hearing itself will begin at 6:15 p.m. Details, here. Then head to the KAOS Network in Leimert Park to hear grassroots activists talk about how mobility works in practice at the South Los Angeles Alliance for Mobility meeting. The meeting convenes at 7 p.m. and the panel discussion, featuring Mikaela Randolph, Safe Routes to School, Maria Sipin, Multicultural Communities for Mobility, Damon Turner, Unity Sports Cycling, Yolanda Davis-Overstreet, RIDE in Living Color, will begin at 7:30 p.m. Details, here.
  • Thursday – The third in a series of meetings around L.A. on street vending will be held at City Hall, Downtown, at 6 p.m. The meetings are an effort by the L.A. Street Vendor Campaign — a coalition of organizations, business owners, and individuals advocating on behalf of the city’s 50,000+ vendors — to gather feedback from the community that can be used to help L.A. take the necessary steps to establish the first citywide vending ordinance. For more information, visit the campaign’s website.
  • Friday – Walk to the Dodgers game with Los Angeles Walks. Details at Facebook event.
  • Saturday – If you’re not so keen on LAPD “jaywalking” ticketing stings, channel your frustration in a creative way by Jaydancing in DTLA from 2-3 p.m. Details at Facebook event.
  • Saturday – Caltrans and Metro want to spend $6B of your tax dollars on a tunnel extending the 710 Freeway. The last of their series of public hearings will take place this Saturday, June 20, at David Wark Griffith Middle School, at 4765 East Fourth Street in East L.A. View maps from 10– 11 a.m. followed by a formal public hearing from 11 a.m. – 4 p.m. Go and count the consultants! Event details here.

Did we miss anything? Is there something we need to know for future calendars? Email joe@streetsblog.org.

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This Week In Livable Streets

sblog_calendarJust when we were getting used to having open streets events every weekend. Now with bridge and street design projects at critical meetings, it is time to show up and let your city government know that you support livable streets citywide!

  • Tuesday – The city of Los Angeles Bureau of Engineering’s sidewalk-deficient Glendale-Hyperion Bridge design goes to a vote of the full City Council. It’s item 7 on the agenda [PDF], meeting starts at 10 a.m. at L.A. City Hall.
  • Wednesday – Bike SGV encourages people who live, work or breathe in the San Gabriel Valley to attend Temple City’s meeting on its new design for Las Tunas Drive. Temple City has planned a road diet on Las Tunas, but is now considering scaling back some improvements. Please attend the meeting if you are in the area. Meeting is at 7 p.m. at 9701 Las Tunas Dr, Temple City. Details at Facebook event.
  • Saturday – Give your ideas at an information session for new pedestrian signage for Central Avenue. Meeting is 10 a.m. to 12 noon at 4301 S. Central Avenue. Details at Facebook event.
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    Saturday: explore Pedal L.A.’s digital media installation – this Sartuday June 13 at IMLab in Chinatown. Click for larger image.

    Saturday – Check out Pedal L.A.’s immersive interactive digital media installation all about how bicyclists make their way through Los Angeles. Read a preview at this earlier SBLA article. Pedal L.A. is one of six Engage L.A. interpretive installations showcased at this Saturday’s media showcase, taking place from 2 p.m. to 11 p.m. at the Interpretive Media Laboratory across from L.A. State Historic Park at 1637 Baker Street, Los Angeles CA 90012. See flier for details.

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This Week in Livable Streets

sblog_calendarLong Beach hosts its very first open streets festival: Beach Streets! Plus Glendale-Hyperion Bridge, High Speed Rail, and bicycling in Glendale.

  • Monday – CA High Speed Rail open house – in Santa Clarita from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. – details here.
  • Tuesday – CA High Speed Rail open house – in Palmdale and webcast live from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. – details here.
  • Wednesday – Another vote, another chance to speak out in favor of a truly safe and multi-modal future for the Glendale-Hyperion Bridge. The city’s crappy sidewalk-deficient design is on the agenda for the Los Angeles City Council’s 1 p.m. Public Works Committee meeting. Details at Facebook event.
  • Saturday – From 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., the city of Long Beach hosts its very first open streets event: Beach Streets. It’s a free! fun! family festival, just like CicLAvia. Details at Beach Streets website and Facebook event page.
  • Saturday – Sparks will fly as the final CA High Speed Rail open house, for this round anyway, touches down in Acton from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. – details here.
  • Sunday – Walk Bike Glendale hosts the 3rd Annual Jewel City Ride departing from Verdugo Park in Glendale – multiple distances, multiple start times – details here.

Did we miss anything? Is there something we need to know for future calendars? Email joe@streetsblog.org.