The outgoing Executive Director of Bike East Bay, one of the Bay Area's biggest and and most active bike advocacy organizations, reflects on the group's efforts to center mobility justice and to embody it within its organizational structure.
Plenty of chances to weigh-in at the Neighborhood Council level on major projects: the Hyperion Bridge Redesign and the MyFigueroa! project on South Figueroa. Don’t forget Streetsblog L.A. has its first fundraiser of 2014 Tonight – Made up of experts and thought-leaders (including USC Program for Environmental and Regional Equity PERE professor Manuel Pastor), Parks Forward is an […]
If you hit these scofflaws with your car, it’s ok. Photo:CJC4454/Flickr Another Southern California newspaper has made the mistake of asking a member of the California Highway Patrol about a law regarding cycling. And as we’ve seen in the past, that means that misinformation has been published, unchallenged, in a local newspaper. Today’s victim is […]
Negotiations over the California state budget are producing dueling proposals on how best to spend revenue from the state’s cap-and-trade program. While Governor Jerry Brown continues to call for a third of the cap-and-trade funds to go to CA high-speed rail, Senate President ProTem Darrell Steinberg last week expanded upon his alternative proposal to spend a […]
This (Wednesday) afternoon, the California Senate Insurance Committee will consider a bill whose author, Assemblymember Reginald Jones-Sawyer (D-Los Angeles), claims its aim is to protect pedestrians - but which would instead kill bike- and scooter-share systems in California.
Women on Bikes SoCal Launches “Let’s Double the Number of Women & Girls Riding Bikes” Campaign in Response to the Dramatic Rise in Sedentary Diseases on Wednesday Feb 8th in Long Beach with the First Female Only League Certified Bike Safety Instructors Program in the U.S! ——————————————————————————————————————————————– On February 8, 2012 at 9:00 am at […]