The Beverly Hills City Council approved new bike lanes for Santa Monica Boulevard, expected to be installed by mid-2018.
Earlier this morning, the “Southwest Corridor” cities voted for a new official to represent them on the Metro Board of Directors, replacing Santa Monica Councilwoman Pam O’Connor with Inglewood Mayor James Butts. The vote needs to be ratified by the City Selection Committee when it meets in January. Assuming he is approved by the full […]
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 […]
Update: 929 pm – When the consultants called the 16′ travel lanes “shared lanes,” I assumed they meant that the lanes would have Sharrows. I was wrong. They’re just proposing two 16′ mixed use lanes, which under state law cyclists have to stay to the right in. Bicyclists, both those that live in Beverly Hills […]
Editor’s Note: When people don’t like a project, they sometimes criticize the process that lead to that project. We are passing along a recent email blast from the Eagle Rock Neighborhood Council that set the record straight on the extensive public outreach process that lead to bike lanes on Colorado Boulevard. The Colorado Blvd bike lane […]
Earlier this week, Metro staff released its recommendations for the Locally Preferred Alternatives for the Westside Subway. While a proposed spur of the Purple Line through Wests Hollywood and the idea of extending the subway “To the Sea” were shelved for now; the final route for the last leg of the extension, i.e. whether it […]