Cartoon Tuesday: There Auto Be a Law

My favorite editorial cartoonist in the country is the one at The Onion. True, the cartoonist never agrees with me on any subject, but that’s sort of the point of The Onion, isn’t it? Click the picture to see what Livable Streets program is under editorial fire this week.

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Cartoon Tuesday: On the Wrong Track

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Usually, I just syndicate the weekly Cartoon Tuesday post from my friends to the east, but with them mired in fare hike and service cut hell, they just don’t seem as jovial these days.  Thus, I’m left to my own devices and struck gold with my first look when I stumbled on the exact opposite […]

Cartoon Wednesday: Congested Values

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The Onion’s editorial cartoonist “Kelly” has a reputation for holding bizarre or downright insane views on issues ranging from America’s place in the world to child support for deadbeat dads.  This week he offers his take on transportation planning, bike lanes, and freedom all in one fell swoop.  Click through to get the punchline, and […]

Cartoon Friday: All Aboard!

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Advocates for High Speed Rail, especially those that read the independent California High Speed Rail Blog, have long complained that the Los Angeles Times has it in for what the paper of record constantly refers to as “the Bullet Train.” Indeed, every time I hear KFI conservative shock jocks John and Ken act shocked that […]

Today’s Headlines

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Viva La Transportacion! LADOT Workers Lash Out at De La Vega (Daily News) Making L.A.’s Streets Safe for Cyclists Makes It Safe for Everyone (LAT) But Maybe You All Could Keep Your Bikes off Wilshire on the Westside? (LAT) Compton Is the New Brooklyn, According to Its Mayor (Guardian via Curbed) Garcetti Puts a Hold […]

Today’s Headlines

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Bike Nation launches in Anaheim…Today! (OC Register) City Council Passes New Bike Parking Standards (Curbed) Editorial: Dear Supreme Court, Don’t Mess Up Port Clean Truck Rules (Daily News) Secret Bids Due Today for HSR (Merc-News) Everyone Laughs at the Yo Venice Exposed Beach Cop (Biking in L.A.) More and More Cities Get Protected Bike Lanes […]