Several of the late Nipsey Hussle's music videos were filmed at Dorset Village over the course of his career, including DJ Khaled's "Higher." Dorset Village is located a block east of Nipsey Hussle Square (Crenshaw and Slauson).

Public Comment Period on Dorset Village Extended; Number of Proposed Affordable Units Dropped to 141

LAX's new red bus-only lanes - as seen from the Metro Green Line shuttle bus in late December. Photos by Joe Linton/Streetsblog L.A.

Eyes on the Street: Los Angeles’ First Red Bus-Only Lanes – at LAX

Today’s Headlines

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  • Feuding Neighborhood Councils Threaten Westwood Bike Lane Proposal (Daily Bruin)
  • Metro Seeks State Funds to Extend Green Line Platforms (Urbanize)
  • L.A. City Sidewalk Repair EIR Open For Public Comment (Canoga Park NC)
  • Copper Wire Theft A Problem For Metro (LAist)
  • Take Metro to Women’s March This Saturday (The Source)
  • In Long Beach, Violent Crime Is Up, Overall Crime and Bike Theft Are Down (Long Beach Post)
  • Podium-Parking 318-Home Development Rising at Chinatown Gold Line Station (Urbanize)
  • Redlined Neighborhoods More Likely to Be Hotter, Have Fewer Trees (NPR)
  • Should Public Transit Be Free? (NY Times)
  • British Tabloid Teases Bruce Willis for Wearing a Helmet While Riding E-Bike (The Sun)

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Kea Wilson: The Making of an Advocate

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Streetsblog's newest editor joins us with an opening essay about her beginnings as a livable streets advocate.
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How Cars Waste Space — In Six Simple Images

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Let's hope 2020 is the year when graphics like these finally fall out of date.

Today’s Headlines

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  • Some Details Emerging On Metro NextGen Bus Service Re-Org (Curbed, LAT)
    …How NextGen Could Affect West Hollywood (Pink Line)
  • Vigil Tonight For Amber Leist, Sheriff Killed By Driver (Daily News, CiclaValley)
    …Son Says She Was A Hero (KTLA)
  • Nationally In 2019 Public Transit Ridership Increased, Tho Not L.A. (CityLab)
  • Newsome Looks To Vacant State Property For Homeless Housing (Downtown News)
  • Advocates Challenge Cm O’Farrell Homeless Sweeps At Echo Park (Eastsider, ABC7)
    …O’Farell Staff Responds Testily (Twitter), O’Farrell Photographed At Scene (Twitter)
  • If L.A. Wants Trump Help On Homeless, Beware Strings Attached (LAT)
  • Curbed‘s Future Headlines For A Livable L.A.

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This Week In Livable Streets

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Four corners walk, Silver Lake river-bike connections, Pasadena VMT vs. LOS, Metro committees, Sepulveda rail, and more.
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Tamika Butler, left, when she was sworn in as CTC commissioner. CTC Executive Director Susan Bransen and Commissioner Hilary Norton are with her. Image: Susan Bransen via Twitter

Equity and Active Transportation Advocate Tamika Butler Resigns from California Transportation Commission

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It looked like there might finally be a commissioner on board who understood and could articulate the challenges of people living in poor and underserved communities. But Butler has resigned.
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Americans favor transportation policies that would address climate change, such as increased transit and bike lanes, according to a new poll

Emissions Report: Cars Are Still Our Biggest Problem

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United States greenhouse gas emissions are down —but our cars are still pumping out pollution like they always have.
Pasadena City slide explaining implications of VMT/LOS. Image via PCSC

Pasadena Re-Examining Key Environmental Metric – Vehicle Miles Traveled

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Pasadena is looking at a key planning tool "Vehicle Miles Traveled," with big implications for walkability, bikeability, transit, and housing

Today’s Headlines

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  • Pasadena Could Back-Pedal On VMT (Biking in L.A., Pasadena Complete Streets)
  • Changing the Way Folks Talk About Car Crashes (LAist)
  • Metro’s New Line Naming System Is In Effect (LAist)
  • L.A. Rethinking Taxi System (NYT)
  • Carnage: Driver Hits, Kills Off-Duty Sheriff In Valley Village (LAT, Daily News)
    …Driver Kills Skateboarder In Pico Rivera Hit-and-Run Crash (CBS2)
  • Driver Falls Asleep, Crashes Into Eight Parked Cars In Bellflower (CBS2)
  • NoHo Bar Fight Leads To Overturned Car (CBS2)
  • Metrolink Focus On Safety In Decade After Glendale Crash (Daily News)
  • LAT On Lee-Lundquist Election Rematch
  • More On the Future Of L.A. Street Lights (LAist)
  • Homeowner Sues To Stop Los Feliz Bridge Housing (Curbed)
  • 94-Unit Low Income Homes Project Planned In Westlake (Urbanize)
  • Supportive Homes Opening, More Needed (LAT)

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State DOTs Want More Money, Fewer Regulations

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AASHTO-ld you so! State DOT association wants the same funding for highway construction — and no provisions to make roads safer.

Today’s Headlines

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  • An Interview with Biking Altadena Councilmember Dorothy Wong (Pasadena Weekly)
  • Listen to Our Interview with CM Wong at SGV Connect from Last Year
  • Addison: We Need to Change the Way We Talk About Traffic Deaths (Longbeachize)
  • Judge rules A.B. 5 Doesn’t Apply to Truckers (LA Times,?Transport Topics)
  • California Budget Includes $1 Billion for “Green Loans” (CalMatters)
  • Streets for All Announces City Council Endorsements
  • Fewer Teenagers Are Getting Their Drivers’ Licenses. (Bloomberg)
  • Garcetti, Garcia Endorse Biden as Former Veep Visits Southland (LAT, LBP)

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