Photo by Jonathan Osorio Every Tuesday, The Source will highlight some of the many adventures Angelenos have with their bikes. So don’t forget to take your camera with you before you start pedaling throughout Los Angeles! For this week’s featured cycling adventure, we feature Jonathan and his fellow group of [continue reading]
Photo by Khoren Edward Mirzakhanian Every Tuesday, The Source will highlight some of the many adventures Angelenos have with their bikes. So don’t forget to take your camera with you before you start pedaling throughout Los Angeles! For this week, we share a photo by Khoren, who took part in [continue reading]
Here’s the news release from Bike Nation, the private firm that will run the program: Bike Nation Announces 2013 Rollout Plan for Downtown Los Angeles Service Area; BETA System to Begin Implementation in April 2013 Privately-Funded L.A. program expected to reach 4,000 bikes and 400 stations; System to be fully [continue reading]
A short little video about some of the things L.A. is doing right with transportation.
From state-champions to local big shots, there are tons of super fast cyclists that claim to be fastest of the fast. However, there’s only one way to settle who’s fit to be throned with the title as the fastest cyclist amongst the chatter of the cycling community, and that readers [continue reading]
Here is a look at some of the transportation headlines gathered by us and the Metro Library. The full list of headlines is posted on the Library’s Headlines blog, which you can also access via email subscription or RSS feed. Opinion: Expo Line to fill a gap (L.A. Times) Editorial staffer Dan Turner gives [continue reading]
The long-awaited and much-anticipated Expo Line will open to the public on Saturday, April 28, said Los Angeles Mayor and Metro Board Chairman Antonio Villaraigosa before a test ride with members of the media on Friday morning. Los Angeles County Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky and Metrolink Chairman Richard Katz, who serve [continue reading]
Urban planners, transportation experts and public health officials convened last Friday for a daylong event focusing on complete streets – that is, streets that meet the needs not just of motorists, but also of pedestrians, bicyclists and transit riders. The panelists at UCLA-hosted event covered a lot of bases including: [continue reading]
Remember the human infographic I participated in back in December? Well, the finished product is out! Watch the video at GOOD’s website, or click to play on the video below.
Sick of traffic? Done with smog? Well, you’re not the only one. This past Saturday, GOOD Attacks! took place right in the heart of downtown Los Angeles, and this intrepid Metro-ette was there right in the middle of the action. The gathering is the first in a series of events [continue reading]