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Hurdles Remain for Malibu’s Efforts to Make the PCH More Safe, Welcoming to All...

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Last week, the City of Malibu released a draft study addressing safety issues on the 21 miles of Pacific Coast Highway (PCH) that runs through the city. The release coincided with the launch of...

Community Meeting Discusses Changes & Proposals For Big Blue Bus In 2014

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Wednesday night, Big Blue Bus held a public meeting at the Main Branch Library to discuss service changes primarily to take place in 2014 and new fare box systems that are coming in 2014. Staff also...

Santa Monica Next: The Video

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I'm going to be honest. When Streetsblog San Francisco launched, and they got their own Streetfilm announcing the launch. I was jealous. I didn't get a video for Streetsblog L.A. I vowed, that if...

What is Santa Monica Next?

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Today, we formally launch Santa Monica Next, a new online news magazine that looks at what Santa Monica can do now to become a more resilient and durable city in the next ten, thirty...

Tomorrow: Streetsblog TV Will Live Stream Santa Monica Next’s Launch Press Conference.

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Tomorrow at 11 am, Santa Monica Next will host a press conference announcing our formal launch. The event will feature our writing team talking about our short- and long-term goals for the website and...

Santa Monica: This Weekend Tour da Arts Vol. 5 & Spoke Meets To Talk...

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This Sunday is the 5th edition of the annual Tour da Arts (11am to 5pm at Bergamot Station), put on by the Santa Monica Museum of Art. If you are unfamiliar with the event,...

Making a Case to Phase Out “Beg Buttons” in Santa Monica’s Pedestrian Action Plan

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(We're inching closer to the launch of Santa Monica Next. Read more about it here and here. Give us a Kick Start to help us get going, here. - DN) Regulating and designing around the...

Pedicabs Have Been Operating In Santa Monica, World Did Not End, & An EV...

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(Note: This post was originally published on Streetsblog Los Angeles) It's now been more than a week since pedicabs started operating in Santa Monica and I can confirm that the circles of hell have not come...

How Flexible Parking Requirements Spur Economic Development: Lessons from Santa Monica

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(Note: This story first appeared on Streetsblog Los Angeles.) It’s hard to imagine today, but Santa Monica’s commercial areas – now home to Silicon Beach, tourism and bustling retail – were sleepy, underperforming and shabby just...
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