What use is a law if nobody bothers to enforce it? Case in point: a story in today’s Daily News there was a story about a “Jeep v pedestrian” crash that sent two young girls from the crosswalk to the hospital. Compounding the tragedy, the LAPD looked at the crash description and decided that nobody […]
Yesterday LAist broke the story, with graphic images, of a road rage-caused crash between two experienced cyclists and an emergency room doctor with a bid of a trigger temper. Unlike past incidents, the mainstream media jumped on this story with graphic images making the story more “viewer friendly.” KNBC and CBS2 both ran stories on […]
BRT won't automatically up-zone entire corridors and bring giant new six-story canyons of towering apartment buildings. L.A.'s TOC incentives do help the city add affordable housing where it's most needed.
(Hello Beverly Hills Courier readers! Confused by allegations that Metro controls editorial decisions here at Streetsblog? To help clear things up, we’ve compiled a list of the connections between Streetsblog and Metro right here.) The headline was breathless, as many headlines in the Beverly Hills Courier often are. “Courier Exclusive Report: Century City Subway Station […]
Photo of Los Angeles Street after the Rain via irrelephant/flickr Once a year I write a quick post asking you for your commuting or transportation stories from the past week. Basically, I’m looking for you to tell everyone how your commute or routine is changed by the rain. Feel free to leave them in the […]
During our “temporary hiatus” we promised you that Streetsblog wouldn’t just be coming back, but that we would slowly start adding new features and cover more stories. While I’m sure you all love our weekly polls, we do have some larger plans in mind. While we’re working on securing the funds to make expansion a […]