Today’s Headlines

  • CicLAvia Snags $500,000 Grant from Wasserman Foundation (LAT)
  • How About a Park for the Riverside-Figueroa Bridge (Eastsider via Curbed))
  • Vin Doesn’t Want a Bridge Named After Him (NBC4)
  • Go Metro to CicLAvia (The Source)
  • No Surprise as Family of Metro Bus Drive Killed in June DTLA Collision Files Lawsuit (LAT)
  • Register Drops Paywall to Complain About Long Beach Bicyclsts (OC Register)
  • Is Photo of a Wrong Way Bike Messenger Best Choice to Illustrate 3-Foot Law? (Daily Breeze)
  • Big Meeting Tonight About Non-Bike Lanes Planned for Hyperion/Glendale Bridge (Facebook)
  • NYC Traffic Commissioners Say Get Tougher and Easier on Scofflaw Cyclists (NY Daily News)
  • Daily Carnage: 88-Year Old Woman Killed Stepping Out Between Parked Cars (Glendale News Press)
  • Daily Carnage 2: Driver Killed When Car Plunge 150 Feet Off Mt. Baldy (LAT)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

  • Joe B

    The NYC traffic commissioners counted drivers breaking the law at a rate of two violations per hour.

    So either NYC drivers are much, much, much more law abiding than LA drivers, or the traffic commissioners have some serious bias.

    Two per hour, hmpf. Two per minute is more like it.