Monthly Archives: August 2016

News of the World

Just a few snippets to remind you that Los Angeles really needs your help if it’s going to catch up to the rest of the country and rationalize its transportation system. We desperately need to make it healthier, safer, and more supportive of community…as the following cities have been doing. In San Francisco, that rich […]

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Brave New Runaround

Last Sunday i was heading down Venice Boulevard towards Santa Monica when I spotted a teensy little sign indicating that the Expo Line Bike Path ran thataway—diagonally away from Venice along the Expo Line tracks, and pretty much a more direct route to my destination. Or so it seemed. It started off pretty nice—much of […]

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Walking the Vote

Do you support Joe for CD1? Do you believe in “Safe Streets, Strong Neighborhoods”? Do you want to see “Development without Displacement,” increasing housing stock for current residents of the district’s varied neighborhoods as well as newcomers? Do you want to see more local businesses thriving and spending their profits right back in the ‘hood, […]

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Beyond Borders

Joe Bray-Ali’s campaign to replace CD 1’s obstructionist showboater Gil Cedillo would resonate far beyond the district’s gerrymandered borders, and affect far more than a few bike lanes here and there. The local effect would be huge, of course: those who know Joe know that he’s far more than “the bike guy.” He supports bike […]

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Tune-Up Time

Maybe you ride to work. Maybe you ride on weekends. Maybe you ride to the bar, or the store, or the coffeehouse, the library, the club. Maybe you ride to All of the Above. You put on the miles, and your bike keeps rolling faithfully over LA’s Thirdworld asphalt, taking care of you while you […]

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