Its going to be a little slow the rest of the week

I have in-laws visiting, Turkey Day catering, and a special project I’m working on, so there will just be one post (besides clips) a day for the rest of the week…


Very Light Publishing Today In Observance of Veterans Day

It’s Veterans’ Day! SBLA’s platoon of hardworking writers are taking some R&R from their daily toil in the War on Motorists. We will publish very lightly today in observance of the holiday. We’ll be back back in the trenches tomorrow, and publishing full days of stories and headlines the rest of this week. Coming up […]

The Week in Livable Streets Events

Ahhhh, the week before Bike Week. All sorts of bike goodness in the air. Tuesday – The city’s Planning and Land Use Committee will formally put to rest the controversy over the MyFigueroa complete streets plan. As Joe Linton reported on Friday, the formal objection to the environmental review has been dropped, and now all […]

Happy Fourth of July

Photo from last Fourth of July’s Santa Monica Critical Mass by Dr. Alex Thompson/Flickr Happy Fourth of July everyone! Streetsblog will be taking tomorrow off and returning on Monday. Have fun with the cookouts and fireworks, rest your eyes and we’ll come back next week ready for the Tom LaBonge era as he steps in […]

The Rest of the Week in Livable Streets Events

I noticed how packed this week was with good events, so I thought we could kick it old school with a "Week in Livable Streets"  Tuesday – At 6:45 the Transit Coalition is holding their monthly meeting with Dennis Allan, the executive director of L.A. Streetcar.  Get the rest of the details at The Transit […]

Today’s Headlines

Bike Racks Make the City More Fun (Flying Pigeon) WaPo, CAHSR Blog Getting It on Over California High Speed Rail LAT: Obama Taking Green Votes for Granted Fury Over City Council “Gold Line” to Get Parking Tickets Fixed (LAT, Daily News, John and Ken) Metro Looking at Rolling Passes, Not Just Cheaper Day Passes (Blog […]