Today’s Headlines

Featured Headline: From Publica comes a report from the Texas Transportation Institute that finds (surprise!) that removing red light cameras leads to an increase in people running red lights.  The first commenter should win a prize for pointing out that camera naysayers will just say, “This is exactly why red-light cameras shouldn’t be installed in the first place.”

Featured Headline 2: Joe Linton spends a lot of time going through LADOT data to examine their claims of bikeway progress.  Linton’s conclusion?  That LADOT isn’t doing as much as it claims to make Los Angeles a bike-friendly city.  If you have some time, check it out.

Today’s Headlines:

  • Census on Downtown L.A.: More People, More Jobs, More Transit Riders (Curbed)
  • CicLAvia Extends Through Downtown L.A. (Downtown News)
  • Hooray!  Someone Covered the SCAG Regional Plan (KPCC)
  • Bike Lanes Progressing on 7th Street (LADOT Bike Blog)
  • San Diego TV Station Urges Child Cyclists to Ride Against Traffic (Biking in L.A.)
  • Expo Artwork on Internet Display (Curbed)
  • Ideas for Downtown, Putting Pedestrians First in Metropolitan Plans (Brigham Yen)
  • Obama and Family Take a Ride on Martha’s Vineyard (Transpo Nation)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill