Young Yaroslavsky pledged "building affordable housing and creating mixed-use, walkable, bikeable, diverse urban neighborhoods," plus more transit, protected bike lanes, and making L.A. a "great walking city"
Pandemic-era outdoor improvements will become permanent, and provide more comfort and fun
COVID Cases Surging In L.A. County (LAT) More Details On Venice Boulevard Bus Lanes Coming Soon (The Source) L.A. Homeless Sweeps Rarely Lead To Permanent Homes (L.A. Taco) Pasadena Considers Zero-Emission Transit Plan (Pasadena Today) Lincoln Heights Band Serenades By Bike (L.A. Taco) Protected Bikeway Proposed Around Silver Lake Reservoir (Biking in L.A.) AQMD Says […]
Next monday is Streetsblog's Streetsie Award event honoring Holly Mitchell. RSVP today. This week: T-Committee, Metrolink board, Harbor Community Plan, stadium gondola, and more
Light rain didn't stop CicLAvia South L.A. from opening 7.25 miles of car-free streets on Central Avenue, Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, and 103rd Street
Metro Adopts Fare-Capping, With No Fare Increases (LAT, Daily News) La Brea Bus-Only Lane Construction Starts Today (WeHoVille) Where LB Plans To Reduce Speed Limits (LB Post) Nick Andert Reviews So Cal Regional Rail (YouTube) A Little Rain Couldn’t Dampen South L.A. CicLAvia (Biking in L.A.) More On Valley Light Rail Early Phase Groundbreaking (Urbanize, […]