Last week, Move L.A. convened its annual transportation conversation conference under the banner of “Imagining Measure R2.” The daylong conference was profiled in the L.A. Times and at the Source. Today SBLA takes a look at Move L.A.’s “strawman” R2 proposal presented that day. It’s a draft for purposes of discussion, very likely to change […]
Postponed event will honor L.A. County Supervisor Holly Mitchell! Details coming soon.
Should Streetsblog be giving street safety denier crackpots more attention than they deserve?
(We’ve gotten a lot of complaints about bike lanes being blocked by cars/film crews/police cars/trash bins/etc. We’re proud to introduce a weekly series explaining what a cyclist should do when he sees a blocked bike lane. Today we’re discussing film crews. Next week, we’ll talk LAPD cars.) Over the past year, it seems that film […]
Yesterday, the city of Los Angeles installed its first ever parking-protected bike lanes. They’re on Reseda Boulevard in Northridge, part of the mayor’s Great Streets Initiative. As of this morning, the project is roughly one-quarter complete. The new protected lanes, also known as cycletracks, are mostly complete on the west side of Reseda Blvd from Plummer Street […]
(Editor’s Note: They do this every Monday in NY and SF, so we’re going to try it here. Let me know what you think. You can submit calendar items at the link on the right, or email me email@example.com) Tuesday: It’s San Fernando Valley my favorite of the Critical Mass rides in Los Angeles. It […]