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Riders at the first Clitoral Mass event in 2012. Sahra Sulaiman/Streetsblog L.A.
Riders at the Ovas’ first Clitoral Mass event in 2012. Sahra Sulaiman/Streetsblog L.A.


Tuesday Job Market

Looking to hire a smart, qualified person for a position in transportation planning, engineering, IT, or advocacy? Post a listing on the Streetsblog Jobs Board and reach our national audience of dedicated readers. Looking for a job? Here are this week’s listings: Program Officer – Country Support and Climate, Institute for Sustainable Communities, Montpelier, VT The Program […]

A Message from Damien, and a Last Fundraising Appeal for 2012

Friends, Angelenos, Streetsbloggers, First, a programming note: we’ll be publishing L.A. Streetsblog on a somewhat odd schedule these next two weeks. We’ll publish under a normal schedule for the rest of the week. Next week, we’ll take Monday and Tuesday off, assuming a game-changing news story doesn’t happen, and publish “Streetsie” posts on Wed., Thurs., […]

Coming Next Week: Streetsblog Chicago

After setting up transportation news sites covering New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and national policy, next Tuesday Streetsblog will be expanding for the first time in four years with the launch of Streetsblog Chicago. The reporters producing Streetsblog Chicago are John Greenfield and Steven Vance, who have built an impressive audience for local transportation […]

The Week in Livable Streets Events

City departments are starting to shake off the holiday rust and there’s a lot of important meetings on the agenda. The city’s progressive Bike Parking Ordinance finally gets a hearing at City Council, the controversial Wyvernwood complex holds a public hearing and the end might be in sight for the Ara Najarian re-nomination to the […]

Become a Streetsblog Superhero and Support Media That Makes a Difference

We’re about halfway through our spring pledge drive, and we need more readers to shed your mild-mannered identities, don your superhero capes, and give to Streetsblog and Streetfilms. Readers who’ve contributed to our spring campaign call Streetsblog a “trusted source of news” that produces reporting which “makes a difference” for safer streets. Every day our […]

Be a Streetsblog Superhero and Give to Our Spring Pledge Drive

We’ve all seen the graphs: Driving and car ownership have passed their peak in America, while transit ridership and biking are on the rise. On the ground, however, city buses still move at a crawl, bogged down in traffic. Most streets remain too dangerous for most people to feel comfortable biking on them. And the […]