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Weekly Wrap-Up

  This week’s biggest headlines in transportation: “LA Mayor Eric Garcetti Calls For Immediate Action on Road Repair Funding” “Study Proposes Traffic Calming Measures for WeHo’s Normal Triangle” “Roadshow: California Stop Fine Could Be Lowered” “Trump’s Budget Cutting Will Face Three Early Tests With These Transportation Spending Program” “Friday Rush Hour is the Most Dangerous […]

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CicLAvia Headed to Culver City/Venice This Sunday!

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CicLAvia is kicking off its 2017 activities with a much loved route: Culver City to Venice. Presented by Metro, the largest open streets event in the country will be held this Sunday, March 26 from 9 a.m – 4 p.m. Streets will be closed off in Venice, Mar Vista, and Culver City to vehicle traffic […]

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Weekly Wrap-Up

  This week’s biggest headlines in transportation: “Look Ma, No Hands! No Steering Wheel Needed Under New CA Car Rules”  “Trump’s Budget Takes an Axe to Transit” “Metro Staff Recommends Gold Line Extension Under Atlantic Boulevard” “Trump to Shelve Fuel Mileage Rules, Inviting a Fight With California” “Why California Labor Unions Are Against a Bill […]

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10 Books to Read During Your Commute for Women’s History Month

March is Women’s History Month. What better way to celebrate than by reading novels with strong female protagonists? Here’s a list partly sourced from “Books for Women’s History Month to read on your commute” of some great reads to make your commute that much more worth it: Difficult Women By Roxane Gay The author of […]

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Weekly Wrap-Up

  This week’s biggest headlines in transportation: “Trump Administration Re-evaluating Self-Driving Car Guidance” “Tidbits From This Week’s U.S. High Speed Rail Association Conference” “Foothill Transit Has Been Recognized at the Platinum Level” “West Hollywood Pedestrian & Bicycle Mobility Plan” “New Bill Would Let Bicyclists Roll Through Stop Signs” “DTLA Spring and Main Street Protected Bike […]

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