Today’s Headlines

  • First Look at Garcetti’s Beta Website on Government Data (Daily News, LAT)
  • LAPD Plans Increased Patrols in Valley in Response to Pedestrian Crashes (Daily News)
  • An Interview with LADOT “Bike Czar” Michelle Mowery, How Times Have Changed (LAT)
  • It’s Walk to School Day! (Daily News)
  • Alpern: What’s Next for the Crenshaw/LAX Line? (City Watch)
  • City Council Approves Reward for Information in Hit and Run Involving Transgender Victim (CD 13 News)
  • Hyperloop: A Distraction from Building Realistic Transportation Improvements (Atlantic Cities)
  • New Rail Line Begins Construction in Riverside (RCTC Press Release)
  • L.A. Will Try Not to Pay for Damage Caused to Your Vehicle by Crumbling Roads (NBC4)
  • LaBonge: We Need More Water Fountains (Curbed)
  • WAAAAAAHHHH. People Want to Charge Me for Parking (My Fox L.A.)
  • Film L.A.: Filming Up Nearly 10% (Daily News)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

  • bikinginla

    Thank God they removed the green bike lane on Spring Street. Now that the new design is going in, I’m sure filming will be up at least 20% next time, right?

  • james

    This is the same LaBonge who doesn’t want to make 4th street friendlier to pedestrians and cyclists. If you are walking along 4th and want to cross the street you won’t find a crosswalk and certainly not a light. Just stand there, have a drink of public water and wait for the next break in traffic and then run across the street. Once you get to the other side you can have another drink of labonge’s special warm public water. You can’t expect anything of substance to come from LaBonge’s office. He’s easily distracted by shiny new things, like a baby with a new mobile.