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Santa Monica City Council to Tackle Vision Zero, Civic Center, and Condo Conversion of...

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Tonight's City Council meeting promises to be a lively one with the city's budget up for approval, a controversial question of where to put a new sports field up for debate, and an item...

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...

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...

Santa Monica City Council to Consider Expo-Adjacent Bergamot Station Arts Center Plan Tuesday

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The Santa Monica City Council Tuesday will consider the next steps in an already three-year-long process aimed at revitalizing the city-owned, Expo-adjacent Bergamot Arts Center, rents from which subsidize the operation of the Big...

Eyes on the Street: Santa Monica’s Main Street Parklets On Track for “Late June”...

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The construction fencing may still be up, but three parklets are taking shape on Main Street in Santa Monica. At the corner of Ashland and Main Street, dark wooden benches are popping up in front...

What Can Bogotá, Colombia, Teach Santa Monica About Better Biking?

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What can Santa Monica learn about creating a better city to a ride a bike in from one of the bike-friendliest cities in the Americas? Find out on Wednesday, May 31, as Santa Monica Spoke...

Santa Monica City Council Pushes for Dedicated Funding, Staff for Safer Streets

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The Santa Monica City Council Tuesday night unanimously supported a motion calling for staff to bring back some options for a dedicated Vision Zero staff person and program-specific funding for safer streets in the...

In Wake of Recent Spate of Fatal Crashes, City Council to Look at Street...

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The Santa Monica City Council will look at traffic safety tonight, just more than a month after a particularly shocking streak of traffic-related deaths rocked the beachside city. The report was placed on the agenda...

Where to Celebrate Bike Month in Santa Monica

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Via city of Santa Monica. This post is by Jason Kligier, senior transportation planner. With over 100 miles of bikeways, Breeze Bike Share stations across town, convenient bike parking, relatively flat terrain, and gorgeous weather, Santa...

UC Irvine: Long Beach Ranks No. 1 in Accessibility in SoCal—Because It’s Dense

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Photo by Brian Addison. Data and charts courtesy of UCI. This article originally ran on our sister site, Longbeachize. When it comes to contemporary development, “mixed-use” and, especially if the structure is in an urban center, “transit-oriented”...

City Council Approves Lincoln Improvement Plan Amid Concerns It Doesn’t Go Far Enough

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The Santa Monica City Council passed the first stage of a plan to make Lincoln Boulevard safer, but not everyone was satisfied that it went far enough. The City Council voted 5-to-1 to move forward...

This Weekend: Earth Day ‘Kidical Mass’ Family Bike Ride and Ride with Mayor

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This Saturday, head to Memorial Park for a kid-friendly Earth Day-themed bike ride. Then, on Sunday, join Santa Monica Mayor Ted Winterer for a bike ride to Annenberg Beach House to learn about the...

Major Collision Closes One of Santa Monica’s Busiest Intersections Wednesday

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A multiple-vehicle crash that injured two, including someone riding a bike, closed the intersection at Colorado and Ocean Avenue, one of the city's busiest, for several hours Wednesday afternoon. A woman in her 80s hit two other...

Santa Monica Officials Reveal Aggressively Slow-Growth Downtown Community Plan

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After half-a-decade of planning and community outreach, city staff revealed the final draft of the Downtown Community Plan Wednesday to a full house at the east wing of the Civic Auditorium. The 300-page document, which...

California Coastal Commission’s New Leadership: Fresh Breeze Promising Enhanced Partnership and Collaboration

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Via Santa Monica City Manager Rick Cole's blog, The Long View. There is a dynamic and positive new tone coming from the California Coastal Commission. The California Coastal Commission has had just five leaders since it was...
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