Today’s Headlines

  • Chicago Installs First in U.S. Copenhagen-Style Cyclist Foot-Rests (SB Chicago)
  • Meet C.I.C.L.E.’s New Executive Director: Vanessa Gray (CICLE)
  • Heat Maps Show L.A. Bicycling Patterns (Strava via Curbed, see also SBUSA Strava caveats)
  • More on New Bike/Ped Reps For Metro Technical Advisory Committee (SRTS)
  • Carnage: Solo Crash Kills Two, Snarls 710 and 5 Freeways (LAT)
  • Editorial: There Are Innovative Ways to Manage L.A.’s Parking Meters (LAT)
  • Councilmember Koretz Really Urgently “Life or Death” Wants L.A. to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions (LAT)
    Koretz on GHG: “The Greatest Challenge Any Generation Has Ever Faced Looming Over Us” (KCET)
    (oh, fine print – it’s just LADWP. Honorable Koretz, what about transportation sector?)
  • Port’s Desmond Bridge Replacement Running Late Already (LAT)
  • Paris Velib Bike Share Goes Kid-Friendly (KPCC)
  • CA Getting Ready To Issue Drivers Licenses to Undocumented Immigrants (CC Times)
  • Level of Service Car Traffic Metrics and How CA Gets Away From Them (SPUR)

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Today’s Headlines

Shoddy Estimates by Bureau of Engineering May Doom Figueroa Landbridge (Arch Paper) L.A.’s “Bicycle Gangs” Gaining Worldwide Notoriety for Changing City (UK Independent) Another Report from the Bike Summit in Oakland (LAT) “Preponderance of Traffic Doesn’t Have to Define Us” (LAist) Obama Plugs America Fast Forward, Fix-It-First Funding in New Orleans (The Source) Garcetti Beating the […]

Today’s Headlines

Metro Eliminating Nine Bus Lines (Daily Breeze) Yglessias Provides a Defense of Transit “Boondoggles” and Praises 30/10 (Neon Tommy) A Federal Return to “1950’s Funding Priorities” Would Be Disaster for CA Transit (CP&DR) Citing the L.A. Experience, San Jose Ends Bike Licensing (Mercury-News) You Know What L.A. Really Needs?  A Soccer Stadium.  (Curbed) Big Improvements […]

Koretz Motion Pushes Mobility Plan Mods To Planning Commission

L.A. City’s Mobility Plan 2035 suffered a potential setback at today’s meeting of the Los Angeles City Council Transportation Committee. Today’s action likely sends the plan back to the Planning Commission for further decisions. Mobility Plan 2035 was approved by the City Council in August 2015, then challenged in court. Due to the legal case, the plan […]