Today’s Headlines

  • Gardena Will Charge Vanessa Yanez in Hit and Run Death of Jesse Dotson (Daily News)
  • Bike Nation Admits Los Angeles System Is Probably Not Going to Happen (DTLA News)
  • “People Friendly” Slauson Boulevard Will Have Six Car Lanes (Curbed)
  • Editorial: How About We Fix the Streets and Sidewalks, and THEN Wi-Fi? (Daily News)
  • Biking in L.A. Agrees That Sandy Banks’ Recent Column Was Stupid
  • “Rampture” errr…”Ramp Jam” Ending for L.A.’s Totally-Worth-It Freeway Widening (Daily News)
  • Survey: Vancouver Has Worse Car Congestion Than L.A. (The Province)
  • CHP Launches Crackdown on Aggressive Drivers (Do They Usually Ignore Them?) (KTVU)
  • Cedillo Sides with Business Over Constituents, Preservationists on Market Designation (Eastsider)
  • Information on This Month’s United Riders “Benjamin Torres Ride for Justice” (2 Urban Girls)
  • Driver Flees on Foot After Hit-and-Run Crash at East L.A. Bus Stop (ABC7)
  • Caruso Pledges $5 Million for Social, Educational, Programs in Watts (LAT)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

  • Joe B

    In answer to your question, yes, CHP usually ignores aggressive drivers.

    The CHP will be spending a mere $4 million, which they say will prevent 50 deaths and 5000 collisions with injuries over the coming year. This is the most awesome news I’ve heard all month.