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City of Santa Monica Wants Input on How to Improve the North Beach Trail

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Via city of Santa Monica press release. The long awaited project to improve walking and biking along Santa Monica Beach is now underway. The North Beach Trail Project will improve safety and circulation for both...

Santa Monica Moving Forward with “Creative Crosswalks” Pilot Project

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Walking in Downtown Santa Monica is about to get a little bit more fun. Santa Monica is moving forward with a “creative crosswalks” pilot program that could transform two intersections in Downtown Santa Monica into colorful...

Expo Line in Santa Monica to Shut Down for Maintenance This Weekend

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The stretch of the Expo line between Downtown Santa Monica and Sepulveda Boulevard will close this weekend for maintenance, according to Metro officials. Starting on Friday, February 24 at 9 p.m. through Sunday, February 26...

Santa Monica City Council Moves Forward with Vision Zero Pedestrian Action Plan

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The Santa Monica City Council last night voted unanimously to move forward with an ambitious 15-year plan to make the city’s streets a safer place to walk. The plan advances a “Vision Zero” goal for...

Santa Monica Police To Target High-Crash Areas on Friday, Monday

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The Santa Monica Police Department will be on the lookout for traffic violations that contribute to crashes involving bicyclists, pedestrians, and drivers this Friday, February 24 and Monday, February 28 from 6 a.m. to 8...

Join Santa Monica’s Mayor For His First Monthly Group Bike Ride

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Join Santa Monica Mayor Ted Winterer for the first monthly community bike ride of his tenure on Sunday, January 29. The roughly six-mile ride (about an hour to an hour and 20 minutes long) will...

City Council Seeks Report on Implementation of Santa Monica’s Bike Action Plan

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The Santa Monica City Council voted unanimously Tuesday night to seek an update on the implementation on the city's six-year-old Bike Action Plan. The item, which was placed on the agenda by Mayor Ted Winterer and...

Open Thread: Expo Phase Two Grand Opening

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The day Los Angeles transit enthusiasts have been waiting for finally arrived this morning when the 6.6 mile extension of the Expo line opened, bringing passenger rail back to the westside of L.A. County...

Cyclehop Planning for Regional Bike Share with Breeze, WeHo, Long Beach, UCLA and More….

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Santa Monica’s launch of its bike sharing program last year did more than just provide an environmentally friendly way to get around the city. It set in motion a shift in thinking throughout the...

Eyes on the Street: Santa Monica’s Creative Crosswalks Add Color to Downtown Intersections

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Santa Monica is not the first city to have colored in their crosswalks. Long Beach and West Hollywood are just two local examples of cities that beat them to the street. However, the Santa Monica's newest...

Finding the “There” at Santa Monica’s 17th Street Expo Station

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Step off the Metro train at the 17th Street/SMC stop in Santa Monica and you’re greeted by an uninviting industrial scene dominated by a large city maintenance yard. Memorial Park is off in the...

Eyes on the Street: Santa Monica’s First Protected Bike Lane

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Santa Monica is really making strides in the active transportation department these days. It’s about to launch the first public bike-share system in L.A. County and now, the city has its first protected bike...

Santa Monica To Open Real-Time Bike Traffic Counter on Main Street

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Santa Monica tomorrow will join the ranks of cities using real-time information to encourage biking. The beachside city, known for its increasing bike-friendliness, will host an official ribbon cutting Wednesday at noon for its first...

Santa Monica’s First Open Streets Festival Set for June 5

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Santa Monica is preparing for its first open streets event, during which a 1.7 mile route along Ocean Avenue, Main Street, and Colorado Avenue will be closed to motorized vehicles, to celebrate the opening...

US DOT Announces $1.6B For Subway To Beverly Hills, Century City

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This story originally ran on Streetsblog L.A. U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx was in Los Angeles this morning to announce $1.6 billion in federal funds for Metro to extend the Purple Line subway to Century City. The federal...
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