Los Angeles Critical Mass

Does it really need a description?  Ride leaves Wilshire/Western at 7:30 sharp!

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The Week in Livable Streets Events

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Things tend to slow down this time of year. But while the Week In… is sparse, it doesn’t mean that the two meetings on Wednesday and Thursday aren’t some of the most important of the year. Wednesday – The Los Angeles City Council Transportation Committee takes the first step in the confirmation of LADOT GM […]

The Week in Livable Streets Events

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Tuesday – The highlight of the week could be our first event.  The Bike Coalition, Midnight Ridazz, and Mayor Villaraigosa announce the winner of the bike safety poster contest.  I hear they’re going to film a P.S.A. too.  As long as it’s not the Mayor teaching me how to strap on my helmet, I’m in.  […]

The Week in Livable Streets Events

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Metro wraps up it’s current round of public meetings for the I-710 Big Dig and the High Desert Corridor. And, conveniently before Critical Mass, there’s a chance to speak with a bicycling attorney about the rules of the road. Monday – If you’re reading this, I’m guessing you aren’t going out to Palmdale to find […]

The Week in Livable Streets Events

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Monday – AEG will make a presentation to the City Council’s ad-hoc stadium committee focusing on transportation and traffic issues.  At this point, there’s no hand outs or other back up materials available to the public.  The meeting starts at 8:30 A.M. in City Hall.  Get the details, here. Tuesday – SCAG’s Toolbox Tuesdays is […]

Previewing Friday’s (Rainy?) Critical Mass

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This Friday at 7:30 P.M. riders and their police escort will pedal out of the Wilshire/Western starting point for the next chapter in the “new” Critical Mass.  Ever since the LAPD was caught on tape violently “policing” Critical Mass in May, police bicycle riders (and some using motorized vehicles) have joined the Mass to help […]