Surgeon General’s Warning: Driving May Be…

The good folks back east at Streetsblog pick up on a story about the EU considering some truth in advertising when it comes to car commercials. For the full story, go here.


Quick Poll: Do You Like “Featured Headline”

This week I experimented with a change to the format of Today’s Headlines by adding a featured story.  This section is for stories that are major stories, but ones I don’t have anything new to add to the story.  It could be a meeting I didn’t attend, or that the local news did such a […]

Reading the Newspapers So You Don’t Have To

Link of the Day:DWP finds walking creates congestion,1,5742210.story?coll=la-news-politics-california News:Activists say gov. is green, but cautious,0,5233650.story?coll=la-home-center Expo Line plan runs into resistance,1,3152959.story?coll=la-headlines-pe-california 405-to-101 interchange opens Southern California Fires: Evacuations and Closures 7 hurt in chain-reaction crash,1,3364491.story?coll=la-headlines-pe-california Tracking the traffic – La Verne poised to receive system to monitor vehicles in new facility Opinion:Transportation Needs Top Priority […]

Tell Us Your Hyperion Horror Story

Monday is the big public hearing on the proposed redesign of the Glendale-Hyperion Complex of Bridges. While groups of advocates are preparing formal comments on the dangerous proposed redesign, and its potentially dangerous impact to the surrounding communities, we believe that the personal stories of dangerous commutes and unsafe situations may be what carries the […]

Cars Hitting Pedestrians: L.A. County’s Silent Crisis

Stories of big accidents were big news in Los Angeles the past several days. Gold Line and Metrolink trains "went boom" before the weekend started. Over the weekend, a mid-air collision between two small planes killed several people, including one on the ground. This morning, a big-rig flipped on the 101. But what’s just as […]