Some Holiday Links from Santa Monica Next and LongBeachize

Streetsblog will not be publishing today, but for anyone looking for some Livable Streets Reading Material, we offer some of the best work in 2014 from Santa Monica Next and LongBeachize:


Bike Friendly Mayor Leaves Out Bike/Ped Mention in Last State of City

The End of the Super-Sharrow?

Bringing Back 2nd and PCH from the Dead (Again)

The New Vault 350 in Downtown is Alive…Almost


City Seeks to Innovate to Improve Public Participation in Government

FAA Fires Back at City, Asks That Suit That Could Lead to SMO Closure Be Tossed

Twilight Series to Be Scaled Back and Thoughts on the Relativity of Public Safety Concerns


Today’s Headlines

Flying Pigeon Cargo Bikes the Family To Dodgers Stadium Forget ATSAC, L.A. Partnering With Waze For Real-Time Traffic Data (LAT, Curbed) Basic Economic Thinking Could Improve West Hollywood Parking (WeHoVille) Bike Parking In S.F. City Garages Hits Some Snags (SBSF) 96 Percent Of Americans Know How To Ride A Bike (CiclaValley) DTLB Bike Fest Introduces […]

Today’s Headlines

A Deeper Look at LAX Connection Proposals (Let’s Go L.A.) Santa Monica Council Rescinds Transit Village Approval (Santa Monica Next) Bike Parking Replacing Some Car Parking In New DTLA Development (Downtown News) Garcetti Budget Parking Revenue Plan Undone By Council (LAT) A Look At Valley-405-Westside Transportation Future Investments (LA Register) Palmer Developments DTLA Ped Bridge […]

LOWV/Santa Monica Next Candidate’s Forum.

MEET THE MODERATORS FOR OUR UPCOMING SANTA MONICA CITY COUNCIL CANDIDATE FORUM We are excited for our upcoming City Council Candidate Forum with the League of Women Voters of Santa Monica Education Fund! We are so excited, in fact, that we couldn’t wait to introduce you to the two people who will be moderating the forum. […]

The Week in Livable Streets Events

This is a packed week, which isn’t surprising because next week will be less than exciting. There’s something for everyone. : sidewalk repair, progressive road changes, Santa Monica, Bicycle rides and commuter festivals and even a discussion of Metro’s proposed fare changes. Today – The City Council begins debate of different proposals to increase the […]