This Week In Livable Streets
Metro 710 Freeway widening plan, CD`14 debate, Alhambra Bike Rally, C Line construction, and more.
L.A. City Planning Protected Bike Lanes for Two Miles of Hollywood Blvd
The Hollywood Boulevard Safety and Mobility Project will extend along Hollywood from Gower Street to Lyman Place. This stretch would be the first protected bike lanes in City Councilmember Hugo Soto-Martinez' district
Metro Releases New Lower 710 Freeway Proposal; Agency Still Plans to Widen 710, Doesn’t Rule Out Residential Demolitions
Metro's new 710 widening proposal is not as bad as the mega-widening that Metro was hell-bent on a couple years ago, but there's still a lot of harmful freeway/ramp/road expansion, and precious little transit, walk and bike improvements
Long Beach’s Concrete Curb-Protected Bike Lanes
Concrete curbs are real protection compared to plastic bollard posts that errant drivers regularly mow down
First Stretch of Rosemead Blvd Complete Street Improvements Now Open
It’s just a half mile of protected bike lane right now, but it’s slated to expand out to two miles, surrounded by a host of facilities around greater El Monte.
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