Meet The K: New Light Rail Line Opens in Los AngelesBy Joe Linton | | No Comments
Last week, Metro opened its newest light rail line to the public: the 8.5-mile $2-billion K Line.
L.A. Collective Posts Instructions for DIY CrosswalksBy Joe Linton | | No Comments
Crosswalk Collective L.A.'s "How to Paint a Crosswalk" includes materials, costs, selecting an intersection, and step-by-step instructions - "for educational purposes only"
Ghost Train Podcast Explores Denver’s Troubled Rail Expansion, with Lessons for Other LocalesBy Joe Linton | | No Comments
Ghost Train is "the story of how one polluted, traffic-choked city went all in on trains, and what happened when that plan jumped the track.
Los Angeles Mayor Garcetti Approves 177 Miles of Speed Limit ReductionsBy Joe Linton | | No Comments
Enabled by state law reforms, Los Angeles is reducing speed limits to save lives. What is your city doing?
L.A. City Council Transportation Committee Approves Unprecedented Speed Limit ReductionsBy Joe Linton | | No Comments
LADOT General Manager Reynolds stated that though "this is a great day" speed limit reform advocacy is not done, because "the 85th percentile rule needs to go away entirely."
Analysis Shows Racist Harms of Freeway ProjectsBy Joe Linton | | No Comments
In five states — California, Florida, Mississippi, North Carolina, and Texas — the paper found that large highway building projects demolished homes predominantly in Black and Latino neighborhoods.
Why California Needs to Talk About Induced TravelBy Joe Linton | | No Comments
UC Davis scholars Susan Handy, Jamey Volker, and Amy Lee created a online Induced Travel Calculator tool to project how road expansion projects would increase driving
LA Metro CEO Phil Washington Named To Biden Transition TeamBy Joe Linton | | No Comments
Washington is the Team Lead reviewing the federal Department of Transportation, National Transportation Safety Board, Amtrak, and Maritime Commission
L.A. Cyclists Ride for Justice for George FloydBy Joe Linton | | No Comments
More than a thousand cyclists, mainly Black and Latinx, commemorated the death of George Floyd via a peaceful South L.A. RIde for Justice
Puny Right-Wing Gridlock Protests Don't Speak For L.A.By Joe Linton | | No Comments
Attendance peaked at about 60 cars, carrying about 90 people. Drivers were outnumbered by a large contingent of LAPD officers, and by press camerapersons and photographers.
Yes, You Can Bike During the Coronavirus PandemicBy Joe Linton | | No Comments
Yes, you can do it. Yes, you should be careful.
Before You Vote This Super Tuesday, Read This CartoonBy Joe Linton | | No Comments
Editor’s Note: A version of this post originally appeared on Streetsblog LA. For your Election Day funnies, let’s revisit a classic Boston cartoon about where the real socialism lies in these United States: on the open road. The cartoon is by Dan Wasserman of the Boston Globe. The “T” is Boston’s public transportation systems operated […]