Today’s Headlines

  • Make Parks, Not War (Soap Box)
  • Inland Valley Cities Waiting for Gold Line (Daily Bulletin)
  • "Massive Widening" (not my words) of 215 Moves Forward (Press-Enterprise)
  • Legislation to Take I-710 Underground Advances (Land Line)
  • Santa Monica City Council Still Debating Best Place for Expo Yard (Argonaut)
  • Surging Enrollment at Community Colleges Causing More Local Traffic (Daily Press)
  • SM Nabs Bike Thieves (Daily Press)
  • UN Climate Conference Manages 200 Bikes for 15K Delegates (Copenhagenize via Streetsblog.net)
  • Snark on Cyclist Russell Crowe? Prepare for Bike Duel (AP)

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Strike Crippling the Ports (LAT) Faulty Junction Still Tripping Expo, Blue Lines (LAT) Do LAPD Scofflaw Parkers Endanger the 1st Street Buffered Bike Lane (Biking In L.A.) Caltrans Agrees to Greater Public Oversight of Megaprojects (SacBee, CoCoTimes) Someone Finally Creates Unified Timetable for SoCal Commuter Trains (The Source) City Proposing Upgrades for Los Feliz Bridge (Ledger via […]

Streetsblog’s Joe Linton on KCRW’s Press Play Today

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Streetsblog Editor Joe Linton appeared on KCRW radio’s Press Play with Madeline Brand today at 12:45 p.m. Host Madeline Brand interviewed Linton and City of West Hollywood Mayor Lindsey Horvath about bike-share programs, bike safety, and Idaho stop laws. West Hollywood is implementing a 150-bike bike-share system, coming Spring 2016. WeHo’s “smart-bike” system, like Santa Monica’s, is not […]

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Daily News on a Roll: Bashes Red Light Cameras, Neglects to Mention Safety Statistics LADOT Bike Blog: The Sharrows Worked, But Let’s Get Better Signs (LADOT Bike Blog) City Council Really Wants Another ADA Lawsuit Over Apron Parking (Patch) California Senate/Assembly Leadership a Bunch of Petty Punks (LAT) Assemblyman Pleads No Contest to DUI: 4 […]