Streetsblog California contributor, covering news in Orange County.
Alliance for a Healthy Orange County created a training program for residents and advocates to learn skills and knowledge about housing, transportation, and access to healthy food. Trainees can then will share the information with their networks.
An Active Streets event on Saturday called Connect the Loop created a pop-up demonstration of two street improvement projects, including a two-way parking-protected bike lane, giving residents an opportunity to try them out and weigh in on what works and what doesn't.
More than thirty cyclists came out to OCTA’s Bike Rally Thursday morning at Orange Station. The roughly 3.5-mile route cut through Old Town Orange using side streets and the Santiago River Trail Bike Path. Participants received a free commemorative t-shirt and were included in a raffle for two $130-valued bike tuneups from Jax Bike Center […]
Garden Grove's third Open Streets route on April 1 will have a mix of car-free streets, pop-up protected bike lanes, designated walking paths and a pop-up neighborhood greenway.
Thrive Santa Ana hopes to turn vacant city-owned lots into affordable housing, community gardens, recreational space, economic incubators