Invitation for Public Comment on the Culver City Bicycle and Pedestrian Network

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Notes from Saturdays Bicycle and Pedestrian Meeting in Culver City

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Photo: Ron Milam (If you live in Culver City, get your comments in on how you’d like your city to improve things for "people powered transportation" by June 18! – DN) Approximately 75 people participated in the bicycle and pedestrian planning process in Culver City on June 12th for a three-hour community workshop. The workshop […]

Culver City Walks, Not Runs, Towards Transportation Sustainability

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Following the decline of the studios in the 1960’s and 1970’s, Culver City had to reinvent itself.  In the 1990’s, the city once commonly referred to as “The Heart of Screenland” undertook an aggressive campaign to revitalize their Downtown area that was mostly successful in attracting businesses and tourists to bolster the city’s economy.  Today, nearly […]

The Week in Livable Streets Events

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All Week – Bike repair workshops in Glendale on Monday, Bike Safety Checks in Long Beach on Wednesday and Beverly Hills on Thursday, and a ton of bike events all over the county.  Get news on Bike Month events all over the county on the L.A. Streetsblog Bike Month Mega-Page. Monday – Wednesday – Just […]

A Future Without Cars

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Without Cars in Greater Los Angeles Antioch University Los Angeles hosts free public workshop exploring issues of sustainability and people-powered transportation CULVER CITY, CA – October 29, 2008 – The Urban Community and Environment concentration within the B.A. program at Antioch University Los Angeles, along with the Student Action Network will host a free, daylong […]