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Streetfilms with Español: Bill Rosendahl’s Bike Class

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Our mad captioner is at it again. Last Thursday, we debuted our Streetfilm where Los Angeles City Council Chair Bill Rosendahl re-learned how to ride a bicycle and took a bike safety class with two League of American Cyclists instructors, Meghan Kavanagh and Don Ward.  Yesterday, our friend David Barboza added Spanish captions to the […]

“Zen in the Art of Travel Behavior: Using Visual Ethnography to Understand the Transit Experience” a Photo-Transit Project from UCLA Goes Online

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Almost a year ago, Streetsblog announced that a team of UCLA Graduate Students were working on a “Transit Photo Project” where participants took pictures of their transit oriented commute.  These photographs would create photologs of their commuting experience and would allow the researchers to analyze how participants really feel about their commutes. And now the […]

Is This the Best Transit Ad Ever?

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SF editor’s note: I can personally vouch for the speed, reliability and comfort of Midttrafik, as I relied on it during my semester in Denmark.  The idea of investing in transit is popular with Americans, even among those who don’t depend on it. But trains and buses, buses in particular, have always had an image […]

CicLAvia IX, Iconic Wilshire Corridor Open Thread

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CicLAvia IX: Iconic Wilshire Corridor has come and gone. While my Facebook feed is full of happy adults and smiling children, I know that my social media streams aren’t the best way to gauge how well an event was received. I also know we didn’t make it to LaBrea…so that leaves about 80% of the […]
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Young People on Car Ownership: Meh

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Owning a car was once a rite of passage for young Americans on par with algebra and the prom. But, according to a recent report from MSNBC, more young people are sitting out the ritual driver’s tests and the time-honored privilege of getting the keys to a hand-me-down clunker. The number of young adults between […]