Joe Linton is co-editor of Streetsblog LA.
Opinion: LA Should Pull Plug on Wasteful MicroTransit Pilot
Recent Metro documents try to put a positive spin on the $43 million Metro Micro pilot, but even the agency's own hagiography highlights flaws too numerous to ignore.
Calif. Speed Camera Bill Has Bent Over Backwards to Answer Opponents. So Why Hasn’t It Passed Yet?
Some of them will not be satisfied no matter what.
Environmental Justice Advocates Sue SoCal Air District over Lax Ozone Pollution Rule
"Our ask to the South Coast AQMD is simple: comply with the Clean Air Act and hold refineries, power plants, and other large polluters accountable for emissions that plague vulnerable communities throughout Los Angeles, Riverside, and San Bernardino Counties."
L.A. Excited to Experience the “Taylor Swift Transit Effect”
Don't pay through the nose for parking - take a combination of bus, rail, walk and bike to get to August Taylor Swift concerts at SoFi Stadium.
‘Multimodal’ LA Freeway-Widening Project Out to Bid with No Multimodal Component
The "multimodal" project scope contains no bicycle or transit components, and, for pedestrians, merely re-installs the existing crosswalk and walk signals at the widened mouth of the off-ramp.
‘Freeway Exit’ Podcast Tells San Diego’s Freeway Histories of Growth, Displacement, and Division
"Freeways are not free. We pay for them in all kinds of ways — with our tax dollars, our time, our environment and our health."
Venice Boulevard Bus and Bike Upgrade Project Completed
Big news for LA: About two miles of new bus lanes, and 2.5 miles of parking-protected bike lanes ... but also a couple of gaps.