Skip to Content
Streetsblog Los Angeles home
Log In
Today's Headlines

Today’s Headlines

7:56 AM PDT on September 12, 2011

Featured Headline: Friday seems like a million years ago, but I would be remiss if I didn't give you all a place to comment on the legislature's acquiesence to the Governor/AEG on the CEQA/Farmers Field.  The law doesn't just give special legal protections to the stadium but, as Curbed summarizes, "it expedites those environmentally-based lawsuits for all development projects that cost more than $100 million and are found to be environmentally friendly (infill, LEED Silver, extra 'transportation efficiency.'"

    • Expo Phase II Groundbreaking Is Today! (LAT)
    • Senate Considering Overriding Brown Veto of Fee Increase for Drivers on Phone (Cycle.icous)
    • LADOT: Thanks for the Help Joe, Here's Some Updated Spreadsheets (Bike Blog)
    • Santa Monica Getting a Laugh at Venice Out of Stricter RV Rules (Yo Venice via Curbed)
    • L.A. Firefighters Bike Cross-Country to Honor 9/11 First Responders (DNAinfo)
    • German Travel Writer Rides L.A. on Bike, Loves It Because of Calm L.A. Drivers (Spiegel)
    • Odd Ranking of L.A. As Third Best Transit City in America (Online Degree)
    • Copenhagen Deals with Bike Congestion (Guardian)
    • Growing Number of Women Break Into Boy’s Club of Bike Mechanics (NYT)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

Stay in touch

Sign up for our free newsletter

More from Streetsblog Los Angeles

Eyes on the Station: Metro Fortified Turnstiles at MacArthur Park Station

Metro fortified turnstile entrances at MacArthur Park in order to curb fare-evading riders; sometimes this has adverse impacts on fare-paying riders

September 27, 2023

SGV Connect 117: Alhambra Councilmember Adele Andrade-Stadler and Artist Steve Farley

SGV Connect podcast interviews Alhambra City Councilmember Adele Andrade-Stadler and Pomona Gold Line Station Artist Steve Farley

September 26, 2023

This Week In Livable Streets

Metro board, Ballona Creek, Metro K Line extension, Green Line maintenance, Metro public safety, and more

September 26, 2023
See all posts