— LA Co Public Works (@LACoPublicWorks) December 12, 2014
Our friends at Los Angeles County Public Works are doing a great job following the storm on their Twitter feed, including a lot of great pics of all the gunk flowing into debris basins, culverts and storm drains (if that’s your sort of thing).
Useful tips, I suppose. I’m waiting for the guide to driving in good weather 🙂
The explosive global growth of bus rapid transit (Human Transit)
Most of the growth has been in places such as China, Brazil and Mexico — and the United States, to a lesser extent. Transit planner Jarrett Walker sees the trend continuing as countries use BRT as an affordable way to upgrade transit to combat/mitigate climate change.
Southwest cities vote for Inglewood Mayor James Butts for Metro Board (Streetsblog L.A.)
If the vote is upheld by the City Selection Committee, Butts would fill the seat currently held by Pam O’Connor on the Metro Board of Directors. The Southwest Sector includes 19 cities from the Westside and South Bay.
Strange climate event: warmth toward U.S. (New York Times)
The recent agreement between the U.S. and China on reducing greenhouse gas emissions has apparently given America some street cred at global negotiations on climate change, so says the NYT.
Twitter Tuesday: Outer Space (Flickr blog)
We usual discuss earthly travels here. A great gallery of pics for those interested in travel beyond our atmosphere. Hey, it’s Friday!
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