Events, LA Culture, Road Closures, Traffic »
There’s more to 4/20 than the high, I mean the eye.
I received an email about two hours ago from Dave Snyder. He is the executive director of the California Bicycle Coalition. Big news if you ride a bicycle in California and every cyclist I know is going to be very happy.
Here is a copy of Synder’s email:
“Did you hear? Today, Senator Carol Liu pulled the helmet mandate from her bill.
Helmet mandates don’t make streets …
LA Culture, Street Scenes, Traffic, Traffic Pet Peeve »
The six-month easier to read parking sign pilot program kicked off downtown Los Angeles Friday. Mayor Eric Garcetti along with City Councilman Paul Krekorian introduced the newly designed signs at Sixth and Spring streets for the first of the 100 new parking signs to be installed
Events, Road Closures, Traffic »
Obama will be attending a Democratic National Committee fundraiser and
filming a segment for “Jimmy Kimmel Live.
“Help us defeat the mandatory helmet law. We have exactly 5 days to get at least 100 supporters to join us…” asks The Bicycle Coalition.
Road Closures, Traffic »
Some good news could be on the way for drivers who prefer the scenic route when traveling between Los Angeles and Ventura County.
Bicycles, DUI Checkpoints, Street Scenes, Traffic »
Blasting from the past reminds us, for better or worse, that somethings never change, who we were, who we are becoming and sometimes how dreams, hopes and idols come crashing down. Hashtag throwback Thursday!
Cars, Road Closures, Traffic »
Tonight in Santa Monica all lanes in both directions of I-10 at PCH through the McClure Tunnel will be closed tonight.
Photo of the Day, Traffic »
It’s here! It’s here!!! OMG I am so excited! I can now drive in car pool lanes.
HB and I started car pooling regularly about three years ago. Not easy to coordinate, his schedule is very different than mine. He works typical business hours and then some, where I work from 2:45 to 8:15 p.m. A big change last year made it easier. Husband Bob …
Number one tip: Whether it’s an airport delay or flight cancellation, contact your airline – immediately. Here’s why:
Airlines have fewer seats on fewer flights these days, so only a lucky few will be able to grab the next available seats on a flight. Being first in line to snag a seat is key.
If Your Flight is Canceled Multi-task communications:
If your flight is canceled or delayed, immediately get in line for a gate agent; at the same time, call the airline (it may be quicker).
Use your elite miles status:
If your status entitles you to a dedicated airline contact hotline, use it.
Follow your airline on Twitter:
Airlines have staff monitoring social networks, and may respond more quickly to tweets for help than other communications