Today’s Headlines

6_17_10_mischa.jpgLife Cycle finishes their 545 mile trip in L.A. Photo: Mischa Hedges
  • Eco-Village Maps Where Sharrows Are Coming
  • Will the LAPD Presence Turn Critical Mass Into an Ad-Hoc Rolling CicLAvia? (LAist)
  • 30/10 the a Chance to Change the Way People Think About Infrastructure Projects (Next American City)
  • Report: HSR Will Dump $4.3 Billion Into L.A.’s Economy (SRCC)
  • Food Truck Owners Crash Tour LaBonge (LAist)
  • It’s Dump the Pump Day (The Source)
  • "Cabled Powered Transit Catching On Around the World (Planetizen)
  • BP Could Owe $280 Million. A Day. Just In Civil Charges. (NYT)
  • Who Is Screwing Up in the Gulf?  Follow the Money (LAT)
  • Reclaiming Our Streets From Cars: Now It’s Science (Scientific American)
  • How Are You Celebrating Dump the Pump Day? (WaPo)
  • groan @LAist… there’s no such thing as a “rolling cicLAvia.” A rolling closure bike ride is not the same as a street without cars where one can walk, bike, chill, dance…

  • tm

    No news on Metrolink’s bad day yesterday? At least one train was canceled, and trains were delayed about an hour during the evening commute.
    Word from beleaguered Metrolink staff yesterday was that a signal had failed at one of Metrolink’s big yards. The much promoted Metrolink twitter account went silent after 5 PM, leaving riders with no choice but to pester Metrolink conductors and spam their phone lines.

  • JJ

    @tm: Metrolink posts its Twitter alerts to route-specific accounts, see here for a list: Metrolink actually did a pretty good job of informing commuters of the delays.