The staff of Streetsblog is off today to mark the Juneteenth national holiday, the celebration of the end of slavery in the U.S. in 1865.
Streetsblog will be back publishing in full tomorrow, Tuesday, June 21.
Streetsblog is happy to announce that tomorrow morning we are going to post two new, full time, job openings on the jobs board. Both are writing positions for Streetsblog Los Angeles beginning in early 2014. The first position is full-time writing position for Streetsblog Los Angeles covering the city of Los Angeles, maintaining the calendar, […]
Yesterday, over a hundred thousand Los Angeles residents turned out for the second-ever cicLAvia. Envisioned as a way to get busy Angelenos out of their cars and into the streets together, cicLAvia opens up a 7.5 mile route along our city streets, allowing cyclists, skaters, and pedestrians to enjoy a car-free LA. Ciclovías originated in […]
L.B. Mobility Coordinator Charlie Gandy shows off colored shared lane and Sharrow on Second Street. Photo: Russ Roca Photography/Flickr This upcoming weekend is a big one for bike culture in Los Angeles County. While our famed DIY culture is already kicking into high gear today, a Friday that features the LACBC’s Car-Free Fridays and two […]
As we get closer to our special day at the Library Alehouse at 2911 Main Street in Santa Monica, tomorrow, we have one last set of details to announce. First, we’re going to hold the raffle for the New Belgium “Fat Tire Cruiser” at 9:00 P.M. tomorrow night live at the Alehouse. To win, you have to […]
The Source has a full sized map here. Tomorrow’s meeting of the Expo Construction Authority Board of Directors promises to be one of the best-attended, most controversial and longest meeting of the body. The Board is scheduled to vote on approval of the Final Environmental Impact Statement for Phase II of the Expo Line, and […]