West Hollywood will be hosting a walking and biking tour on Saturday, July 20th at 10:30am to look at our city streets and sidewalks and discuss what it feels like to be a pedestrian and cyclist in WeHo. Attached is a flyer for the event. For those who cannot attend, please post your ideas and thoughts to […]
The City of West Hollywood launched a new website yesterday to help citizens stay involved and informed of efforts to update the Creative City’s 2003 Pedestrian and Bicycle Mobility Plan. Walk+Bike WeHo features a news site specific to the plan, a 10 question survey on people’s experience walking and bicycling in West Hollywood and a […]
The new L.A. County river plan includes bike/walk trails, big projects, strategies to address affordability and housing, and more.
Controversy in Griffith Park! L.A. Walks hosts its annual awards dinner! Healthy food in South L.A.! A new shuttle to the Red Line! And plenty more this week, mostly on Saturday. Tuesday 1/19 – The city of West Hollywood kicks off its new free CitylineX shuttle to connect WeHo with the Metro Red Line Hollywood Highland Station. […]
Aaaah, predictability. The Tuesday after a holiday is often considered the first “real” day of work. This week’s glut of important public meetings on Tuesday really should have been spread out a little more. All Summer – The 5th Annual “Summer Night Lights” program kicked off over the weekend. Summer Night Lights, or as most Angelenos […]
Alex Thompson presents the Bicycling Bill of Rights. Photo: Stephen Box (update: The LA Bike Working Group event to review the Bike Plan has had to change time and venue. The new location and time is Saturday, 2pm, at the Hollywood Adventist Church, 1711 N. Van Ness Ave., Hollywood, CA 90028. We’ll be in the […]