Big week. Huge week. Really Monday – Down in Long Beach, an interesting panel discussion concerning how cities use their space, and how they could use their space, to become better places. Should cities consider tearing down freeways to consider park space? Read more details, here. Tuesday – The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors […]
Come and Join Us! Join The Transit Coalition at a unique tell-all evening to learn about the future of LA transit and how we arrived at this point. A hard-fought City of LA election is finally over. Four new directors start on the Metro Board on July 1. The long-lasting Crenshaw Line station controversy has been resolved. […]
Zane at the Time to Move L.A. Conference in January 2008 There seems real buzz for the 30 in 10 concept, even in policy circles back in D.C. Saturday the architect of Measure R and the mind behind "30 in 10", Move LA Executive Director Denny Zane, will be the featured speaker at the monthly meeting of Southern California Transit […]
CicLAvia, Mar Vista Great Street, La Verne active transportation, Boyle Heights garden, Purple Line neighborhoods, Metro board, Relámpago Wheelery, Great Streets, Move L.A., and more!
Over the next couple months, there are number of upcoming local conferences that L.A. Streetsblog readers might be interested in: UCLA Lewis Center’s Digital Cities Smarter Transportation Thursday, March 20th, 2014, 8 am – 7:30 pm Japan American National Museum, DTLA This conference explores the way mobile technology is changing transit, parking, food, and more […]
LACTFC invites you to attend It’s Time to Move LA!, a community conference to address Los Angeles County’s transportation funding challenge by bringing together key constituencies to explore alternative transportation funding and implementation strategies. It ought to be clear to all – an effective transportation funding program is needed to ensure a robust and efficient […]