And on Flying Pigeon's blog, I marvel at the civility of the town hall I just attended in my neighborhood to discuss the proposed road diet for Sixth street—expecting the worst, and finding instead a supportive community. And catching up with Tim Frémaux and David Somers, friends from the depths of LA's bureaucracy, who carried off the meeting quite well. Good thing, since, if you ride Sixth, Your Fate Is in their Hands.
Richard Risemberg on Thu, 19 May 2016 07:57:21 -0800 [link]
And after that, you can Behold How Good and Pleasant it might feel to vote a couple of bike-hating council toadies out of office next spring…between LA's local races and the maelstrom of invective sure to be generated by the presidential contest, it's going to a a vivid voting season, isn't it?
Richard Risemberg on Thu, 12 May 2016 06:50:24 -0800 [link]
Meanwhile, on Flying Pigeon LA's blog, I note with some alarm that the Bicycle Millennium Is Interrupted for Bike Month. Read that one, and you'll see what i mean….
Richard Risemberg on Thu, 05 May 2016 06:55:02 -0800 [link]
And on flying Pigeon LA's site I discover that sometime's it's best to Ride Your Bicycle to Ride Your Bicycle, and that just that can be enough….
Richard Risemberg on Thu, 28 Apr 2016 05:55:42 -0800 [link]
At Orange 20 Bikes, we look at an untamed roadway in LA's Miracle Mile district, where Sixth Street Sociopathy grimly stalks victims every week....
And on Flying Pigeon LA's blog, we puzzle over The Good, the Bad, and the Clueless of LADOT's implementation of yet another "test" of the well-proven cycletrack concept—and on the part of Los Angeles street that sees less bike traffic than the portion studiously ignored a few blocks farther on.
Richard Risemberg on Wed, 20 Apr 2016 18:08:36 -0800 [link]
The Disconnected City, in Orange 20s blog, and....
Beyond the Bridge, at Flying Pigeon LA
A silly bit of neglect on LA's part....
Richard Risemberg on Thu, 14 Apr 2016 05:32:37 -0800 [link]
Richard Risemberg on Mon, 04 Apr 2016 08:06:07 -0800 [link]