Caltrans BAC District 7

Via Email from Caltrans:

Currently, I have the following potential items:

 

– ATP Program Update

– Angeles Crest Highway Test Section update (Test Ride scheduled for Friday, November 7, 2014, 10:00 am)

– Rice Avenue Interchange

ALSO ON STREETSBLOG

Caltrans District Seven Bike Advisory Committee

|
    Caltrans BAC7 Meeting          District 7 Bicycle Advisory Committee (BAC7) Thursday,  June 21, 2012 1:30 pm- 3:30 pm 100 S. Main St. Room 1.037     Dale Benson (213) 897-2934               Time   Topic Presented By 1:30 pm Introductions all 1:35 pm I-405 Sepulveda […]

Caltrans BAC and “Open Space” Meeting

|
Bring your lunch! 11:30 am – 11:35 am Introductions 11:35 am – 11:50 am Get TWO the Point! TWO minute campaign recaps on CalTrans(formers!) Campaigns UPDATE – TOD Standards! – Stephen Box VIDEO – Hollywood & Vine Bike HUB – Jeremy Grant VIDEO – Griffith Park Bike Station – Enci Box PROPOSAL – Bike Parking […]

California Legislation Watch: Weekly Update

|
For social media coverage of California’s statewide transportation issues, follow Melanie @currymel on Twitter or like the Streetsblog California Facebook page. Here’s Streetsblog’s weekly highlight of legislation and events related to sustainable transportation at the California capitol. News on the implementation of S.B. 743, which removes Automobile Level of Service (LOS) from consideration as an environmental […]

CALTRANS Thinking of Congestion Pricing on Highways

|
Just a day after Democrats in New York decided that New York City traffic conditions are just fine and congestion pricing isn’t needed there, alert LA Streetsblog reader Radical Transportation Engineer sends news that CALTRANS is looking for consultants to help study how best to convert carpool lanes into High Occupancy Toll lanes.  CALTRANS’ request […]

LADOT, CALTRANS Look at Grating problem

|
(Image from The Los Angeles County Bike Coalition at labike.org) For those that haven’t heard, CALTRANS and LADOT have committed to replacing storm drains that are dangerous to bikes everywhere bikes are permitted throughout the city and all of CALTRANS‘ District 7 (Los Angeles and Ventura Counties.) So far, CALTRANS’s Office of Maintenance has identified […]
STREETSBLOG SF

Gov’s Report to Caltrans: Get Out of the Way of Protected Bike Lanes

|
Caltrans needs to stop focusing so much on moving cars and let cities build safer street designs with protected bike lanes, says a new report commissioned by Governor Jerry Brown and CA Transportation Secretary Brian Kelly. The report [PDF] calls out Caltrans’ “archaic” practices when it comes to imposing outdated, automobile-centric design standards on city streets in California, and says […]