Reminder: metro.net will be down between noon and 2 p.m. today for the cutover to the new metro.net. The tech folks have rebuilt the trip planner from the ground up, [continue reading]
Art of Transit U.S. proposes spending $4 billion on self-driving cars (NYT) Excerpt: The government’s new support includes a request in President Obama’s proposed budget for the next fiscal year [continue reading]
CicLAvia – Culver City meets Venice took place over this weekend, but that doesn’t mean the bike party has to end — every day is a bike day, after all. [continue reading]
Here is our continuing weekly series listing upcoming Metro-funded bicycle safety classes. The first weekend of August will include 14 free classes to choose from in places like Santa Monica, Pasadena, Claremont and North Hills, among others. Check out Metro’s project page for specific info on each class here. Saturday, [continue reading]
This weekend is a relatively light one for bicycle safety classes around L.A. County. So, if you’re not attending the Special Olympics Opening Ceremony on Saturday, a great alternative is to learn how to bicycle safely on L.A. streets! These Metro-funded classes are mostly the second half of the Traffic [continue reading]
This coming weekend is a big one for Metro’s bicycle safety training classes in L.A. County. Free classes will be held throughout the region, from Downtown L.A. to Long Beach, the San Fernando Valley to the Westside to help more Angelinos bicycle safely on local streets. Sign up now! Classes [continue reading]
Have a transportation-related article you think should be included in headlines? Drop me an email! And don’t forget, Metro is on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. Today’s profile of a Metro rider by Zocalo Public Square: I carry a Bible on the bus, Don Felipe Drive to Pico Boulevard. In between bicycling stats: with Dennis Hindman [continue reading]
Now on sale at the online Metro Store: the Every Lane is a Bike Lane mug! This giant mug can hold a whopping 15 ounces–perfect for helping you rehydrated after a good ride. The mug costs $9.65 and matches the Every Lane is a Bike Lane T-shirt.