You don’t need me to tell you that there is a lot riding on next Tuesday’s election. To help anyone who has yet to make a decision on the presidential election, Prop 1A, Measure R, or local planning and transportation measures, I’m including a nearly complete set of links to Streetsblog stories about what’s going […]
Our friend Sean Roche sent us a link to this brain-bending video of John McCain stumping in Pennsylvania. Just before the 1:00 mark, after McCain gives an ambiguous plug for electric cars, he unloads this doozy: "I was with Governor [Tom] Ridge yesterday, and we visited a General Electric plant in Erie that makes […]
Ok, so tomorrow is primary day in 22 states. To help out any reader who might still be undecided, I’ve combed the Internet (both my writings and others) to get a lot of different articles on candidates’ transportation positions. Happy Voting! Streetsblog Democrats Republicans Smart Growth America Democrats Republicans Tri-State Transportation Campaign Presidential Views on […]
A quick thought from last night’s primary in New Hampshire: How jarring is it to see reformer John Edwards take the stage to "This Is Our Country" a song that is synonymous with a truck commercial? I know that he’s been on tour with Mellencamp (who’s been a huge supporter of his campaign), but for […]
634 S. Spring St, 1st floor conference room, 90014.Annual meeting for LACBC members. Meet the staff, board and other members! Hear from Board candidates in our upcoming election, as well as LACBC updates from our board and staff.
NOW host David Brancaccio does an interview on the LA Metro. Click through for the full video. The latest episode of NOW is surely the most effective takedown of car-dependent planning ever broadcast in news magazine format. Adhering to the familiar contours of pocketbook journalism, "Driven to Despair" starts with a sympathetic portrayal of the […]