Read the agenda, here: http://www.beverlyhills.org/cbhfiles/storage/files/7843220881104313757/01-22-14Agenda.pdf The City of Beverly Hills will break ground on the Santa Monica Boulevard Reconstruction Project in the spring of 2015 to rebuild the deteriorating roadway, upgrade the century-old drainage system and include other much-needed street repairs. This reconstruction project includes only North Santa Monica Boulevard along the entire stretch within Beverly Hills. The Beverly Hills City […]
Metro Buys Union Station (LAT) Angelenos Are Lazy. Let’s Paint Some Bike Lanes (LAT, The Source) Bev. Hills Council Woman Thinks They’re Playing Too Nice on Subway (Curbed) City Council Votes on $1 Million for Streetcar Design Later This Morning (Blog Downtown) LA Weekly Dumps on Villaraigosa, 30/10 Bike/Ped. Count Results Announced in Glendale (LACBC […]
The New Year is started and that means “The Week in Livable Streets Events” is back. While we do our best to make this comprehensive, there’s always something we’re missing. Don’t be offended, just let us know! There’s some fun events on the calendar for this weekend and a potentially big meeting in Boyle Heights. […]
Caltrans Seeks Info on Statewide Rail Plan, Tonight! (The Source) Snarky: Bev. Hills Tabloid Laughs at Times’ Editorial on Subway, BH Mayor (Courier) Daily News: No on A Santa Monica Officials Re-Think Lincoln Boulevard Bike Lanes (SM Mirror) More on the El Serno “Taco Friendly” Parklet (Curbed, Eastsider) Planning’s Support for Transit Oriented Project Near […]
The Beverly Hills City Council approved new bike lanes for Santa Monica Boulevard, expected to be installed by mid-2018.
Featured Headline: Josef Bray-Ali notices that part of the Venice Boulevard Bike Lanes has vanished as part of a redesign of the street near San Vicente Boulevard. We’ve got a call in to LADOT, and we’ll let you know when we hear from them. Bev. Hills Unified Spending $15k a Month to Kill Funding for […]