Podcast: Streetsblog Interview with Jeanie Ward-Waller
"Frankly, as a public servant, I take really seriously that we need to be telling the truth to the public, and we need to create opportunities to have public engagement and public input to our work. That requires being transparent, and also requires being honest in our analysis."
SGV Connect 120: Basking in the Afterglow of Arroyo Fest
Tens of thousands of cyclists, runners, walkers, skaters and more took to 110 Freeway last weekend. Hear Streetsblog's team speak about their experiences, and speculate on what Arroyo Fest means for the future.
Open Letter to Those who Object to Our Valencia Coverage
Streetsblog publisher responds to letters questioning the quality and integrity of our reporting and editorials on the Center Running lane
SGV Connect 118: ArroyoFest
Coming soon - Sunday October 29 2023 - ArroyoFest will take place on a portion of the 110 Freeway closed to cars - from South Pasadena to Lincoln Height/Cypress Park
Response to Caltrans firing; BART extension costs; enough with the anti-bike bias in urban planning; More
Santa Monica to Offer Its Own E-Bike Rebates
Beginning spring 2024, the city will offer a limited number of vouchers up to $2,000 to Income-qualified residents for e-bikes and accessories.
SGV Connect 116: Strategic Parking Plan and Safe Parking in Pasadena
This week's focus is parking in Pasadena - including interviews on safe parking for folks residing in cars, and Pasadena's proposed citywide parking plan - featuring parking expert Don Shoup
SGV Connect 115: Connie Tamkin and the SGV Community Land Trust
This podcast covers a lot of information about various land trust models and their place in advocating for and providing housing options in a supply-restricted market, so it's a great primer for someone not well-versed in this issue!