Rumors have been swirling that the Metro Board is actually going to do a final vote on the 2009 Long Range Transportation plan, less than 24 hours after it was first released to the public, to head off opposition that was planning to make a stand at the June 25 Metro Board meeting. I repeat, […]
(Note: We’re taking the rest of the day off to honor President’s Day. See you tomorrow with an update on Wilbur Avenue and more!) Tuesday – The Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) hosts a series of monthly webinars on various issues of interests to the transportation wonk in all of us. This week’s webinar […]
It’s Bike Week, so there are bike-related events nearly every day. We’re not going to mention every bike week event, nor provide a comprehensive list of Bike to Work Day stops and Happy Hours. But you can find that information here for Metro’s calendar and here for the always over-achieving Bike Week Pasadena. Today – […]
This week: Measure S, Metro committees, and Metro art.
Quick confession…I’m not in L.A. this week. If I were, I would be awfully tempted to go to the Safe Routes to Schools/LADOT Pedestrian Advisory meeting on Thursday and the “How Bicycle Friendly Placer Are Made” later that evening. Today! – We’ll be broadcasting a discussion on the mayor’s race and Streetsblog’s coverage strategies going […]
A couple of events fighting displacement. Fun bike events. Metro Board Committee meetings. Ya know. The usual. Tuesday – North East L.A. Alliance will be hosting “Testimonios” – a flash mob procession and public performance commemorating the histories of displacement of peoples that has taken place on the land in and around L.A. Union Station. See Facebook […]