CicLAvia Melrose Open Thread
CicLAvia hosts its 50th open streets event - on four miles of Melrose Avenue from East Hollywood to Fairfax
Los Angeles Loves “Open Streets” Events – So Why Would Metro Slash Funding?
If Metro wishes to make safe, fun, and ultimately transformative Open Streets events possible, the Board should commit to adequately funding this successful, beloved program The post Los Angeles Loves “Open Streets” Events – So Why Would Metro Slash Funding? appeared first on Streetsblog Los Angeles.
This Week’s LA Metro Updates: Open Streets, MicroTransit, Bike-Share, and More
Open Streets grants, Metro Micro fares, Metro Bike Share, MacArthur Park interventions spreading, transit ridership up with crime down, and soon to be no longer West Santa Ana Branch
CicLAvia South L.A. December 2023 Open Thread
The six-mile route included mostly Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, plus parts of Central Avenue and Crenshaw Boulevard
Commentary: The Bay Area Needs its Own “Arroyo Fest”
What San Francisco and Oakland can learn from Los Angeles
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.
Tens of Thousands of Angelenos Bike, Walk, Run, Skate the 110 Freeway for Arroyo Fest 2023
When tens of thousands of Angelenos showed up on foot and bike, a welcome pervasive quiet settled on the Arroyo Seco Parkway
Heart of L.A. CicLAvia 2023 – Open Thread
The 7.8-mile car-free route opened streets in the L.A. City communities of Boyle Heights, and many parts of Downtown: Chinatown, Little Tokyo, Historic Core, Broadway, and South Park
Eight Things You Didn’t Know About Arroyo Fest
Arroyo Fest 2023 will take place Sunday October 29 starting at 7 a.m.