The Week in Livable Streets Events

sblog_calendarWhile it’s not technically a short week, the calendar is a little on the light side. Don’t forget, we’re not publishing next Monday.

  • Tuesday, September 1, The State of California hosts a public workshop on how it can improve its Cap-and-Trade funding program. The workshop is 3-5 in the Metro Board Room next to Union Station.
  • Tuesday, September 1, There are a lot of ramifications for the city and its transportation network if Los Angeles is successful in earning an Olympic bid. The first step is at City Council tomorrow, when the Council votes on whether to move forward with its bid. Read the agenda here.
  • Wednesday, September 2, Santa Monica’s Planning Commission will discuss plans by the city for the future of Lincoln Blvd. between the I-10 freeway and Santa Monica’s southern border. Wednesday’s hearing at Santa Monica City Hall (1685 Main St, Santa Monica, CA 90401) starts at 7 p.m. and is also a chance for the public to weigh in. The Lincoln Neighborhood Corridor (LiNC) plan hopes to transform the highway into a more multimodal street. The agenda is available here.
  • Saturday, September 5, The Eastside Riders Bike Club is celebrating the opening of their bicycle co-op in Watts. There is going to be a party and barbeque and more. The fun starts at noon. Get tickets to the fun at EventBrite.
  • Sunday, September 6, The Los Angeles County Bicycle Coalition is hosting one of its Sunday, Funday rides to explore the Parks of Long Beach. Meet at 9:30 a.m. at Promenade Square Park in Long Beach, ride at 10:00 a.m. Get details here.
  • Monday is Labor Day, Streetsblog won’t be publishing
  • It’s not too early to sign up to volunteer for the L.A. County Bicycle Coalition’s annual September Bike and Walk Count.

Did we miss anything? Is there something we should list on future calendars? Email joe@streetsblog.org.

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