This is a funny week for events, trapped between Passover, Easter, Cesar Chavez Day and April Fool’s Day. That being said, there’s some big stuff on the calendar, including a major series of debates on the candidates for the remaining City Council offices, Controller and City Attorney next Monday. Tuesday – The Transit Coalition will host […]
Metro will hold a series of public hearings in March and April to gather public input on the Metro ExpressLanes program designed to alleviate congestion and provide new and better travel options on two of LA County’s busiest freeways. Metro, in partnership with Caltrans, embarked on a one-year demonstration program that converted 11 miles of […]
There’s important events almost everyday this week, and then it ends with ARTCRANK, a great place to do some holiday shopping or just enjoy some beer with friends at Orange 20 (and raise a little cash for your favorite independent media site). Monday – We have to give City Planning some credit for trying to […]
The I-5 North County project would add roughly 32 new lane miles, generating ~275M new vehicle miles travelled (VMT) per year, resulting in ~25,000 tons of greenhouse gas emissions per year.
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The bike lane looks good to me. Video via SCV Talk In June of 2008, the City of Santa Clarita passed a Non-Motorized Transportation Plan, basically a Bike Master Plan and Pedestrian Master Plan rolled into one document, by a 5-0 vote. Cyclists were happy, pedestrians were happy and city staff was able to take […]