Without a doubt, 2013 has been a banner year for bike-share in the United States. Major systems were implemented in New York City and Chicago, and many others debuted or expanded in other cities. In fact, Citi Bike users have biked over 10 million miles and the system is closing in on 100,000 annual members!
The Institute for Transportation & Development Policy (ITDP)
Blue Line Fare Gates Will Be Latched on Wednesday (The Source)
Bicyclist Struck and Killed by Sheriff’s Car in Calabasas (CBS2, LAT)
Caltrans Predicts Massive Road Widening Will Be Massive (Daily News)
Downtown Arts Distrcit Will Get Half Acre Park in 2015 (DTLA News via Curbed)
Is Garcetti’s Top Aide Readying for a Run at Jose Huizar? (Daily News)
Really, Exide? Folks might feel a little more blessed if they weren’t regularly showered with lead and arsenic. I’m just sayin’… Sahra Sulaiman/LA Streetsblog
While I sympathize with any of the good people of Irwindale that may have experienced heartburn, nosebleeds, or inflamed asthma because of a stinky Sriracha factory, I do have to wonder a
Surprise! Photo: Jessica Meaney
Last night, Los Angeles got its first protected bike lane last night when a series of plastic dividers went up in the Second Street Tunnel between Figueroa and Hill Street.
Currently, the physical separators are only up in the tunnel despite bike lanes existing on either side. In total, the bike lanes extend from
The bus stop at Gage and Vermont leaves riders marooned on a dirt (or mud, depending on the weather) island. Sahra Sulaiman/LA Streetsblog
I’ll admit I don’t take the bus very much.
I have debilitating motion sickness. I can’t even snap my head from side to side quickly without getting nauseous. The constant stopping, starting, and general