Mobility Plan 2014
Two Thoughts on Measure HLA and How Hard Some City Leaders Are Fighting Against Safer Streets
Ballooning HLA cost estimates are hard to take seriously - for example, the CAO forecasts that unprotected bike lanes will cost $1.76 million dollars per mile The post Two Thoughts on Measure HLA and How Hard Some City Leaders Are Fighting Against Safer Streets appeared first on Streetsblog Los Angeles.
Firefighters Oppose L.A. City Safe Streets Initiative Measure HLA
"I hate to tell you," California Professional Firefighters President Brian Rice said, "California and Los Angeles in particular, this is a car community. You may not like it, but it is." The post Firefighters Oppose L.A. City Safe Streets Initiative Measure HLA appeared first on Streetsblog Los Angeles.
At New Wilshire Subway Stations, Metro Ignoring L.A. City Street Standards
Metro rail construction appears to follow city street standards only when they mandate increasing car capacity, not when standards mandate safety and walkability
Zombie Street Widening Strikes Topanga Canyon Blvd Today, based on 2011 Approval
For Transit, Walk, and Bike, 2023 Still Has Unfinished Business
Stuff that didn't happen yet: Metro was going to install safe connections to stations and build BRT and bikeways, L.A. was going to end road widening and improve street safety
It’s 2023 and L.A. City Is Still Widening Lots of Roads
L.A. City street widening is expensive, and adversely impacts safety, health, climate, air, water, noise, housing, historic preservation, and more
Modest Bike Improvements Along Downtown Connector Stations, Though Mostly Missed Opportunities
Metro and City ignored approved bikeway plans - again. Alameda Esplanade and 5th Street bus queue jumper still on the way.