Today’s Headlines

    via Erik Griswold: Now that’s People Powered Transportation.

  • Tuesday’s Election Bad for Local Transit Hopes, But Not Fatal (LAT)
  • We Still Don’t Know Who’s the Next Attorney General (Cal. Watch)
  • CA’s First HSR Segment Going to the Central Valley, not LA to Anaheim (LAT)
  • Update on NoHo Jeep v Ped Crash.  One Girl Dead.  One Paralyzed (Daily News)
  • Tom Hayden: California Really Poised to Lead Country to a Green Future (LAT)
  • With Rejection of Prop 21, State Parks Officials Struggle to Find Solutions (SF Gate)
  • A Tweak to Metrolink’s Schedule (LAist)
  • “Local Restaurant” Gives Discount to Cyclists  (NBC4)
  • An Open Letter from Steve Hymon (The Source)
  • More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

    • anty

      “A news conference was planned for 9 a.m. when city officials “will reveal how the city is working to improve pedestrian safety at that intersection while the police and DOT representatives will discuss the area’s history of accidents.””

      I wish they would talk about improving pedestrian safety for *all* of Los Angeles.

    • Oh but, as the LADOT said yesterday, if they improve saftey of LA streets, they run the risk of lawsuits.

    • Erik G.

      To give credit where credit is due, I saw the Poop-bus video on Mikael Colville Andersen’s excellent Copenhagenize blog.

      I find it very interesting, but I am not surprised, that it was produced by a division of Toyota.