Today’s Headlines

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  • Metro TAP Updates Went Into Effect Yesterday (The Source)
  • Don’t Ban Scooters, Redesign Streets (Curbed)
  • Carnage: Two Dead In Norwalk Freeway Crash (LAT)
    …One Dead In Riverside Wrong-Way Freeway Crash (KTLA)
  • Guerrilla Benches Appear In Chinatown, Lincoln Hts, El Sereno (Eastsider)
  • L.A. River Park Planned By Reseda High School (Urbanize)
  • Cutting CA Emissions Is Getting Harder (KPCC)
  • Let’s Go L.A. Looks Into Telecommuting’s Promise
  • Elon Musk Attacks People Who Actually Saved People (Guardian)

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Today’s Headlines

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Today’s Headlines

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State Awards $97 Million in Local Transportation Grants

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California’s Low Carbon Transit Operations Program just announced grants to 152 local transportation projects throughout the state. The awards include programs to provide free and reduced fares, expand transit service, purchase zero-emission buses, and improve bus stops. The Low Carbon Transit Program is one of several programs aimed at helping reduce greenhouse gas emissions. It […]

Today’s Headlines

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  • Garcetti Takes the Bus on Van Nuys Blvd (Daily News)
  • NRDC Applauds Los Angeles Plans for Expo Development (Expert Blog)
  • County Has Big Plans for Area Around Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, Including Development, Bike Lanes and Pedestrian Plaza (Daily Breeze)
  • Biking in L.A. Wants a Group Ride with LeBron…to His First Home Game

Calendar Extra: THE SOUL OF SOIL AND THE ECOCITY FUTURE OF LOS ANGELES at L.A. Eco-Village tomorrow night will feature  Swiss Economic Anthropologist from the University of Lausanne Christian Arnsperger Saturday, July 14. Learn more, here.

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Is LA Really Considering a Mandatory Bike Licensing Program?

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Last month, the Los Angeles City Council unanimously passed a motion instructing “the Los Angeles Police Department and the Los Angeles Department of Transportation to develop recommendations for:  An effective mandatory or voluntary bicycle registration program, including outreach to retailers, schools, bicycle organizations, etc., to make registration readily available and to encourage people to record […]
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