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 […]
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 […]
Bicycling offers proven, effective solutions to some of the biggest challenges facing California today: rising gas prices, congested roadways, the impacts of global warming, local air pollution, and the growing public health costs of inactive lifestyles. Help promote the benefits of bicycling at the State Capitol by joining advocates and bicycle industry representatives for Pedal […]
Spring is here, and the Southern California Association of Governments’ Compass Blueprint program will continue to provide free monthly training events for local government planners and SCAG stakeholders. Toolbox Tuesdays provides a range of practical skills and knowledge for local planners including training in the use of computer-based tools and education in practical approaches to […]
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Funding transportation projects in California is a complex and arcane process involving many players, including state and federal agencies, regional planning authorities, and local cities and counties. It usually comes with strings attached, needing to fulfill requirements of state or federal legislation or of a local sales tax spending plan. A project can start with […]