Skip to Content
Streetsblog Los Angeles home
Log In
Today's Headlines

Today’s Headlines

9:17 AM PDT on June 9, 2021

    • Sheriff Overstepping Boundaries In Pledge To Clear Venice Unhoused (LAT, Daily News, LAist, @sahrasulaiman Twitter)
    • New Metro Subway Cars Being Manufactured In Springfield, MA (22News YouTube)
    • Goodbye Line 201 - Plus Some Other Eastside NextGen Bus Changes (Eastsider)
    • Planning Department Proposes "Fair Share" Allocations For Affordable Housing (Urbanize)
    • Carnage: Driver Hits, Kills Pedestrian On Highway 38 In Pearblossom (Antelope Valley Times)...Two Killed In Palmdale Crash, Possible Street Racing (ABC7)...Driver Crashes Into Cyclist In Pomona, Cyclist In Grave Condition (Daily Bulletin)...Hit-and-Run Driver Kills Three In Lucerne Valley San Bernardino (LAT)
    • LAT Blames Labor Unions For High-Speed Rail Problems/Successes (LAT)
    • Get Vaccinated At Union Station (LAist, LAT)...L.A. COVID Herd Immunity Still Months Away (LAT)

Additional calendar: Thursday 6/10 - Tomorrow, the L.A. City Planning Department will host a virtual public hearing on a proposed Westwood Village Specific Plan Amendment that would loosen some overly restrictive parking and signage requirements, and provide flexibility for uses. The public hearing will take place from 3-4:30 p.m. via Zoom link (password 874368) or via phone (213)338-8477 or (669)900-9128 with Webinar ID: 880 1646 9987. Further details at hearing notice, FAQ, and draft ordinance.

Get National Headlines At Streetsblog USA, State Headlines At Streetsblog CA

Stay in touch

Sign up for our free newsletter

More from Streetsblog Los Angeles

Eyes on the Street: North Hills Traffic Circle Under Construction

StreetsLA is building a new 60-foot-diameter traffic circle at the intersection of Parthenia Place and Columbus Avenue in the central San Fernando Valley community of North Hills. The project includes a short bikeway.

November 28, 2023

This Week In Livable Streets

Streetsblog celebrates our 15th birthday! Plus Metro meetings, Santa Monica bikeway ribbon-cutting, CD2 candidates, and a huge CicLAvia event.

November 28, 2023

Eyes on the Street: City of Artesia Bikeways

Artesia is not some kind of bike paradise (yet), but the city is already surpassing its surrounding neighbors with new bike lanes, green pavement treatments, a new bike path, and more on the way

November 27, 2023
See all posts