Today’s Headlines

  • Yup, L.A. Has the Nation’s Worst Traffic… (Times, Daily News, Curbed)
  • …and Even More Shockingly, Doesn’t Have Nation’s Safest Roads Either (LA Now)
  • Cities Aren’t Getting Their Share of Stim Funds — Job Creation Suffers (NYT)
  • Climate Bill Funnels Way More Cash to Coal and Oil Than to Transit (Washington Independent)
  • Council Orders LAX to Study Green Line Extension (Daily Breeze, Militant Angeleno)
  • Santa Monica Slashes Number of Cabs Allowed on Streets (SM Lookout)
  • Metro Unveils New Mascot and Video Displays (Metro Rider)
  • Bill to Ban Trucks on Angel’s Crest Moving Forward (Land Line Magazine)
  • NYCDOT Stripes 200th Bike Lane Mile in Three Years (News, WNYC)
  • Meanwhile LA’s DIY Culture Is Inspiring Cyclists in Austin (WVUE)
  • What agency would be in charge of a “people mover” project?

    No matter how close the airport terminal is, a people mover that connects the station with the terminal, a public transit depot, parking lots, is still a worthy idea.

    The JFK and Newark Air Trains work very well.

  • Neil O

    Re: DIY in Austin

    Is it fair to say DIY lanes are a “growing problem” in LA? I mean, ok, let’s set aside the word “problem” and focus on “growing” for a sec. Besides the DIY lane on Fletcher have there been others?