SGV Connect: Safe Systems and SGV CyclingBy Damien Newton and Chris Greenspon | | No Comments
This week's SGV Connect features an interview with Pasadena Department of Transportation Director Laura Cornejo, and Vincent LaRocca of the new bicycling group SGV Cycling.
We’re Over Halfway to Our Summer Fundraising Goal, Help Us Get to the Finish LineBy Damien Newton | | No Comments
We are halfway through our Streetsblog summer fundraising drive, and we’re raised just over half our overall goal of $15,000. Since we wrote to you at the start of June, we’ve raised just under $8,000, leaving us with $7,000 left to go. Don’t hesitate, donate today! A lot has changed since that fundraising letter went […]
SGV Connect 99 – Imperfect Paradise and Update from SacramentoBy Damien Newton | | No Comments
This week on SGV Connect features a special interview with Adolfo Guzman-Lopez and then a quarterly update with Melanie Curry of Streetsblog California.
SGV Connect: Bike Shop Owner and Former Newspaper Publisher Carlos MoralesBy Chris Greenspon and Damien Newton | | No Comments
This week's SGV Connect features an interview with Carlos Morales of the Eastside Bike Club and Stan's Bike Shop. Chris Greenspon asks about Carlos' history as a carfree journalist and how bicycling saved his life.
Help Streetsblog Reach Its $15,000 Fundraising Goal This Summer!By Damien Newton | | No Comments
Twice a year, we ask Streetsblog readers throughout California to support Streetsblog through our donor drives. The summer fundraising drive is a little smaller than the end-of-year drive, but no less crucial to our continued success and ability to keep publishing. This year, we are aiming to raise $15,000 in new donations during July and […]
Streets For All Submits Over 100,000 Signatures for Healthy Streets L.A. Ballot InitiativeBy Damien Newton | | No Comments
But in the past 24 hours, two things have happened that may finally force the city to live up to its ideals and promises to clean up and modernize its transportation infrastructure.
Metro Announces LADOT GM Seleta Reynolds Jumping to Metro in AugustBy Damien Newton | | No Comments
L.A. Department of Transportation (LADOT) General Manager Seleta Reynolds will be leaving the agency sometime in August to join Metro as the Chief Innovation Officer and head of the Department of Strategic Innovation.
Section of Griffith Park Drive Closed to Motorists as Part of Safety PilotBy Damien Newton | | No Comments
Today, the city is seeking feedback on the small closure in the northeast corner of the park.
Streetsblog, Joe Linton Honored by L.A. Press ClubBy Damien Newton | | No Comments
This year, Streetsblog L.A.'s team were finalists in six categories and were honored in the top three in all six including top honors in the Best Blog category and Joe Linton for non-political commentary in an online publication.
Long-Promised Bike Lanes on the Spring Street Bridge Could Be Coming SoonBy Damien Newton | | No Comments
"We are still intending to stripe the bike lanes on the Spring St Bridge even though the project contract itself is completed."
Council Gives Final Nod to Ordinance that Bans Sidewalk Repair, Sale and Storage of Bicycles on Public PropertyBy Damien Newton | | No Comments
"If you have an issue with one or two people, you take it up with them. You don't pass a law that's going to make everyone's lives worse."
SGV Connect 95: Gold Line Extension Is ‘On Time and On Budget’ at 50% MarkBy Damien Newton | | No Comments
Damien Newton interviews Habib Balian, the executive director of the Foothill Gold Line Construction Authority.