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Active Streets Mission-to-Mission, LAPD reports on its use of force in 2023, Pasadena Transit plans, Metro subway construction, and more

SGV open streets return with the April 29 Active Streets Mission-to-Mission route

Active Streets Mission-to-Mission, LAPD reports on its use of force in 2023, Pasadena Transit plans, Metro subway construction, and more.

  • Starting Saturday 4/27 - Starting Saturday, Pasadena Transit will host a series of five public input meetings on its proposed Short Range Transit Plan. Details on above graphic, or Pasadena Transit plan webpage.
Active Streets Mission-to-Mission this Sunday
  • Sunday 4/21 - Active Streets (formerly 626 Golden Streets) returns on its Mission-to-Mission route: five miles of streets in Alhambra, San Gabriel, and South Pasadena. These open streets events are free, fun, and family-friendly. From 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., bike, walk, jog, skate as much or as little as you like. Take convenient Metro rail to the event; disembark at the Metro A Line South Pasadena station. Event details at Active Streets.

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