It’s Complete Streets Day in LA! My children have mixed enthusiasm.
New sharrows spotted today on Woodman Avenue between Burbank and Chandler. Part of LADOT’s announced 20 miles of new sharrows this year: http://la.streetsblog.org/2014/02/21/ladot-announces-20-miles-of-new-sharrows-for-2014/
I am pleased to see the City Council continue its efforts to influence the impact of fracking on our City’s residents. It is clear that the City can not rely solely on the State’s regulatory agencies to provide the needed health and safety policies and guidelines. The City’s recent support of SB 4 and subsequently responding to the state’s EIR along with the vote today places the city on a path to achieve future successes.
- Councilmember Bernard Parks on today’s vote by the City Council to pursue a city-wide ban on fracking.
Bike comic Yehuda Moon shows the generational war over cargo bikes in America. For more Yehuda, click here.
Mayor Eric Garcetti and the City Council should not let fears of traffic congestion turn this transformative project into another incomplete street.
- L.A.’s plan to make Figueroa a complete street make sense - in Today’s Los Angeles Times
Our Long Beach Mayoral Forum is tonight at the Art Theatre at 7 pm. Read here for more information: http://www.longbeachize.com/mark-your-calendars-for-225-to-hear-the-top-mayoral-candidates-discuss-livability-and-long-beach
This image from NYC’s Zero Vision campaign re-tells the basics. The slower the car speed, the higher a chance a pedestrian crash victim will survive.
Another new video from the current Out the Window series running on Transit TV in L.A. Have you seen this one? Let us know.