Hear Streetsblog On The Sound 100.3FM This Sunday At 7 a.m.

Tune in to The Sound this Sunday at 7 a.m.
Tune in to The Sound this Sunday at 7 a.m.

On Sunday morning, hear Streetblog L.A. Editor Joe Linton interviewed on Tina Mastramico’s 5900 Wilshire radio show on The Sound at 100.3FM. The 12-minute interview is scheduled to air this Sunday, January 17, between 7 and 7:30 a.m. Listen online here. Once it has been aired, the audio will be available here.

Joe talks parking, CicLAvia, Vision Zero, rail construction, bike lanes, bike-share, speed, safety, trade-offs and much more.

  • calwatch

    If enough Streetsblog listeners tune in, it might be a record for intentional listenership on one of these Sunday morning public affairs radio shows, a vestige of when public affairs programming was required to renew an FCC license. The last one I listened to was when I drove on no sleep from Las Vegas to Phoenix and was wondering what the heck I was listening to on a Sunday morning when the music all of a sudden stopped.

  • Too bad Emily Littella isn’t around to invoke the Fairness Doctrine!

  • Ennnne

    So, this is probably a Capt. Obvious point, but can you-all here tell any of your friends who bike in Griffith Park to be careful? The rains cause rock slides, often juuuuuust around corners and bends. They should expect more of this. (The local bike lobby pretty much annoys the bleep out of me, but I still don’t want any of you to get hurt.)

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