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Lincoln Blvd. in Santa Monica Could Become a Shared Street

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Lincoln Boulevard in Santa Monica is about to undergo a dramatic transformation. The stretch of Lincoln that runs from the 1-10 freeway to Santa Monica's southern border, controlled by CalTrans until 2012 when Santa...

Make It Count: Santa Monica’s Next Big Investment in Safe Biking, Walking, and Yes...

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Carter Rubin is a Santa Monica resident and serves as an advisory board member of Santa Monica Next. Carter has served as an appointed member on the Santa Monica Housing, Planning and Pier Commissions....

Transit App Now Shows Real-Time Bike-Share Info

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If you're like me, you rely pretty heavily on Internet and smart-phone based real-time transit arrival information when getting around. Santa Monica's newest public transportation option -- Breeze Bike Share -- has been incorporated...

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...

Community Voices: What Not to Miss at Santa Monica’s COAST Open Streets Festival

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This post by Santa Monica's public information coordinator Joseph Vandenorth originally appeared at santamonica.gov. COAST is just around the corner on Sunday, October 1 from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. You might be wondering, "what's COAST?"...

Ditch the Car and Avoid Traffic During This Year’s Twilight Concert Series at the...

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The 33rd annual Twilight Concert Series kicks off on June 22 at the Santa Monica Pier. Here are some tips for enjoying the concerts -- and avoiding traffic. Anyone who has attended these concerts knows...

The Santa Monica Life: New Movie Theaters, New Doughnut Spot, New Winter Fun, and...

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ArcLight will open in Santa Monica this month, so will Sidecar Doughnuts. Downtown Santa Monica’s annual attraction, ICE at Santa Monica, opened for the season last night. And on Thursday, you can ride L.A....

Downtown Santa Monica to Get Pedestrian Scrambles at 11 Intersections

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Officials are planning to install pedestrian scrambles at 11 intersections in Santa Monica's bustling downtown district this year (Update: City officials said that they plan to have the scrambles finished by the end of June). Pedestrian...

Santa Monica City Council Gives Go-Ahead to Next Step in Bergamot Station Revitalization Project

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The already three-year-long process of revitalizing Bergamot Arts Center, the five-acre parcel of city-owned land directly adjacent to the Expo 26th Street Station, will move forward after the City Council voted 5-to-1 Tuesday to...

Expo: Phase II Bike Path Will Open with Light Rail in 2016

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Editor's note: This post originally appeared in Los Angeles Streetsblog on May 18. Last week, in a short article celebrating that LADOT was beginning its portion of the bikeway that will run parallel to the...

Will You Join Us to Celebrate Our Shared Streets Champions?

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Don't forget that this month, Santa Monica Next, Streetsblog L.A., and Streetsblog California will be celebrating several 2015 Streetsie Award winners with a party in Santa Monica. Assemblymember Richard Bloom, Cyclehop, and Hulu will all have a party...

Walk to Work in August for Santa Monica’s 2015 Commuter Challenge

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Can you give up driving to work and walk instead for a month? If you can, you could win some decent prizes as part of Santa Monica's 2015 Commuter Challenge, designed to get people...

Coming Up: Transit Oriented L.A., City Council Looks at New TOD, Westside Urban Forum...

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This week, we've got a major event coming up for anyone interested in the future of Los Angeles: the Urban Land Institute's "Transit Oriented Los Angeles" event, featuring Metro's new CEO, Phil Washington. Also,...

Opinion: Let Bike-Share Flourish in DTLA, Santa Monica, and Long Beach

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Earlier this week, we ran an editorial by Assemblymember Richard Bloom with other Westside elected officials calling on Metro to "delay its decision" on a 1,000-bike bike-share system slated to open in downtown Los Angeles in early...

Starting Monday: Expo Coming Twice as Often, Increasing Capacity By 33%

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Via the Office of Los Angeles City Councilmember Mike Bonin : Love the Expo Light Rail Line but hate waiting for a train? I've got some great news for you! Staring Monday October 24, Expo frequencies...
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