(Editor’s note: One of the drawbacks of the timing of things is I have been unable to add anything to the coverage of the Mobility 21 conference that occurred earlier this week. Leaders from the freight industry, ports, car-lobby and government leaders held a summit on Monday to get together and talk about what they […]
A new federal action plan to advance "equity" in the transportation realm includes concrete commitments to reform a transportation network that too often disenfranchises marginalized people — but it doesn't go far enough, some say.
On this episode, host Kea Wilson sits down with Olatunji Oboi Reed of Equiticity to talk about "community mobility rituals," or regular, free, hyper-local events that dismantle barriers to sustainable transportation and build the social infrastructure that neighborhoods need.
Metro and the Los Angeles Community College District have partnered to host the first annual Student Transportation Summit at Los Angeles Trade Technical College November 7. The summit will bring together community college and university students to focus on the future transportation needs throughout LA County and specific steps to address the environmental impacts of […]
Big Ticket The annual Mobility 21 conference for the SoCal transportation industry, consultants and agency officials usually comes and goes without much fanfair but this year there was a palpable sense of excitement – and record attendance – at the Disneyland Hotel in Anaheim. LA County really has a lot going on with Measure R, […]
I’m well aware this year we can look forward to all sorts of pedestrian and bike events like Ciclavia. One way to keep tabs on these is to regularly check this blog’s calendar. 2012 in Southern California is also going to be a year studded with numerous motorized transportation related events. Of course the marquee […]