Eyes on the Street: Bike Lane Construction on Imperial Highway near LAX
L.A. City is installing new protected bike lanes on Imperial Highway, closing a 1,000-foot gap. The $1.9 million project is expected to be completed by October 2024.
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
Three Upcoming Bike and Pedestrian Improvements from Hollywood to Downtown L.A.
Hollywood and Sunset Boulevards reimagined as walkable bikeable places - help make it happen, attend an upcoming virtual town hall
Eyes on the Street: Safe Routes to School Improvements in Koreatown
"While the street is a little bit narrower, we're seeing a lot more kids getting to and from the school in a lot more safe and organized fashion"
L.A. City Repairing L.A. River Bike Path along Griffith Park
It shouldn't take sustained advocacy pressure (and injury lawsuits) from cyclists to get the city to keep its walk/bike paths in a state of good repair
Eyes on the Street: Parking Protected Bike Lanes on Variel
Recent road diet parking-protected bike lanes connect residential developments to the G Line bike/walk path
For Transit, Walk, and Bike, 2023 Still Has Unfinished Business
Stuff that didn't happen yet: Metro was going to install safe connections to stations and build BRT and bikeways, L.A. was going to end road widening and improve street safety
Streetsblog Predictions for 2024
Predictions: Metro transit ridership will grow, Metro will complete freeway and rail projects, new bus shelters in L.A., and groundbreaking for high-speed rail
Sunny Side Up: L.A. Al Fresco Dines In Success with a Whopping $12 Million Surge in Sales and a Side of Smiles for Angelenos
Research shows L.A.'s Al Fresco outdoor dining program is an unsung hero of the COVID-19 pandemic, throwing a lifeline to restaurants and bars
How Neighboring NIMBYs Fought the Expo Bike Path, and How the Northvale Gap is Finally Getting Built
Literal "not in my backyard" neighbor opposition hampered the creation of the E/Expo Line light rail, and the current push to close the E Line bike path gap