Today’s Headlines

  • Eyes on the Street: Deputy Mayor Barbara Romero, LADOT General Manager Seleta Reynolds and Transportation Commission president Eric Eisenberg cut the ribbon on LADOT's new Customer Service Center in the L.A. Mall across from City Hall. Photo: Joe Linton Streetsblog L.A.
    Eyes on the Street: Deputy Mayor Barbara Romero, LADOT General Manager Seleta Reynolds and Transportation Commission president Eric Eisenberg cut the ribbon on LADOT’s new Customer Service Center located in the L.A. Mall across from City Hall. Photo: Joe Linton Streetsblog L.A.

    Law Enforcement Should Understand Bicycle Traffic Laws (Biking in L.A.)

  • KPCC Explains Metro’s Active Transportation Strategic Plan
  • Starting June 27, All Gold Line Trains Will Serve Foothill Extension (The Source)
  • New UCLA Program Exchanges Bikes For Parking Permits (Daily Bruin)
  • Santa Monica Plans $10M For Walk and Bike Safety Projects (Santa Monica Next)
  • Residential TOD ‘MODA’ Breaks Ground Adjacent to Monrovia Gold Line Station (Urbanize)
  • Three Vehicle Crash Kills Two People On the 10 Freeway in West Covina (LAT)
  • LADOT Takes Bicycling Inspiration From the Netherlands (LADOT LeapLA)
  • Lyft and Uber Ride-Hailing Safer Than Average Driver (LAT)
    …Uber Testing “Upfront Pricing” To Promote Carpooling [not yet in L.A.] (LAT)
  • LADOT Revives Its Speed Hump Program (LAist)
  • Transit Key For Overall Housing Affordability (Urban Edge)
  • The Bicycle Story Podcast Looks At the Prevalence Of Bike Theft
  • Tonight Is Bike Night At Union Station (The Source, Facebook Event)

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