So far, the CBC’s posts have had to deal with group business. The first post is a promo for their Valentine’s Day fundraiser and their second announces the timeline for new board elections. Be sure to check back regularly for more bike and LACBC news as time progresses.
MTA Considering Toll Lanes on Higways, Times Reads Streetsblog (LAT) And My God! We Actually Beat The Source to a Post on Metro Policy! LACBC Looks Back on the Previous 365 (LACBC Blog) Woman Murdered by Shoving on Gold Line Tracks (LAT) Maybe Its Not the Best Time to Celebrate the Eastside Extension’s Birthday (The […]
Metrolink Had Waiver Not to Post Safety Signs (Times) Glendale Celebrates Its Sharrows (News-Press) Bike Coalition Praises Burbank’s New BMP (LACBC Blog) Metro Adds Orange Line Service to Free Late Night Runs on New Years (The Source, Daily News) Hopenhagen Schmopenhagen: Intransigent Leaders Wind World-As-We-Know-It Death Clock (NYT) Treasury Department Big-Wig Encourages "Merit-Based" Infrastructure Spending […]
Image: LAPD via Westside Bikeside A new presentation on the causes and severity of bicycle crashes, available here after being hand-scanned by Enci Box, has been made available and analyzed at Westside Bikeside by Dr Alex Thompson. Amongst the results is the above chart showing that nearly one quarter of the reported bicycle crashes in […]
The Bike Plan Passed, National News Apparently! (WaPo) More on the Plan (KCET, GOOD, Corba MTB, Flying Pigeon, City Maven, Highland Park Patch, Bikeside) More on the “Signing Ceremony” (LADOT Bike Blog, LACBC, ABC7) See You at CicLAvia, Lance (Twitter) Gas Prices Pushing More People to Sustainable Transportation (ABC7) Whoops, with “Clean” Cars People Drive […]
Don’t Blame The Rain, But Still No Opening Date for Expo (Curbed) “…proposed route would destroy churches, schools, homes, warehouses, banks, medical offices, stores and much more” (LAT) Copenhagen Finally Considers Right Hand Turns on Red…But Only for Cyclists (Copenhagen Post) Rampture Delayed Until 2012 (Curbed) Bike Snob: Why Do We Accept Traffic Violence and […]
Late last year, a team of advocates descended on City Hall to urge the City’s Planning Commission to reject the most recent draft of the city’s bike plan for a variety of issues, ranging from equity to the vague nature of the goals and timeline for implementation. The Los Angeles County Bicycle Coalition is hoping […]