Luis Ordonez-Gamez, Arlene Milner, and Gerard De Pompa Jr. each lost their lives while trying to get around the city on foot and by bike in 2018.
It's an indictment of the approach to transportation planning that opts for pedestrian bridges instead of making streets safe for people to cross on foot.
Last night the Los Angeles City Transportation Department (LADOT) hosted an open house meeting on the Mar Vista Venice Boulevard Great Streets project. The open house was a six-month check-in, with LADOT presenting their latest project data. The event took place at the Mar Vista Recreation Center. The project removed a car lane in each […]
Not many people attended the hearing, but those who spoke up were pretty consistent in their feedback: don't exempt transportation projects from measuring how many vehicle miles they will encourage.
Until yesterday, there was a big gap in Oakland’s bike-share system–there was no place to grab a Ford GoBike near the ferry landing, or the Amtrak station, or anywhere else in Jack London Square. But that was resolved with the unveiling of bike-share stations at Embarcadero West St and Clay Street, just across from the ferry, […]
Despite a light rail station and the very busy 0 bus, the project delivered what was promised — a place for more, faster cars.