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FOX 11In Depth: Safer Streets and Stuttering (8/1/2021) 

PatchSCAG awards more than $275,000 to 31 traffic safety projects (7/8/2021)

Pasadena Now2 Community-Driven Traffic Safety Projects Earn Cash Awards (7/6/2021)

LAistThe Pandemic Reshaped Streets And Public Spaces — For Some. We Want To Hear Your Stories (6/17/2021)

ABC 7: Community holds ceremony for woman killed by speeding teen in West LA Lamborghini crash (6/13/2021)

KCRWCicLAvia partners with LA restaurants so you can eat outdoors in style this summer (6/10/2021)

LA Podcast: God Save the Queen Mary (6/1/2021)

Witness LA: CA Bill Could Bring Freedom To Cross The Street Without Fear Of Criminalization For “Jaywalking” (5/13/2021)

Curbed LA: Peatónito the Pedestrian Superhero Is Finishing Up Grad School at UCLA (5/6/2021)

Streetsblog CA: Bill to Decriminalize “Jaywalking” Sails Through Assembly Transportation Committee (4/27/2021)

KCET: A Walk Along L.A.'s Original Borders Reveals Surprising Remnants from the City's Past (4/27/2021)

Crosstown LA: COVID-19 is making LA safer for pedestrians (1/5/2021)


Streetsblog LA: L.A. Should ‘Al Fresco’ Its Bus Stops (11/17/2020)

Streetsblog LA: Streetsies 2020: Thanks for Games Night, and See You Saturday! (10/22/2020)

Streetsblog LA: May Protest Update: Metro Refused Some Mutual Aid Requests, Most Bus Damage Was Minimal (8/6/2020)

APA LA: Three City Planning Norms to Ditch (6/10/2020)

Streetsblog LA: Metro Sides with Police, Against Riders – Shuts Down System, Shuttles Arrestees (6/2/2020)

Streetsblog LA: Friday L.A. Round-Up: Traffic Deaths Spike, COVID-19 Slow Streets, and 7th Street Lanes (5/15/0202)

Spectrum News: How To Make Your Daily Walk in Southern California More Interesting (5/18/2020)

LAist: The Coronavirus Pandemic Has Cities Rethinking Public Space. Why Was A Plan Postponed In LA? (5/8/2020)

Outside: What to Do if You're Hit by a Car (5/4/2020)

Curbed LA: Where to walk in LA during the pandemic (4/24/2020)

Streetsblog LA: Council District 12 Forum: Lee No-Show, Lundquist and Alnajjar Talk Transportation (2/6/2020)

LA Times: As L.A. traffic deaths stay high, officials plead with drivers to stop texting (2/5/2020)

Curbed LA: ‘Exciting’ Hollywood Boulevard makeover unveiled. But don’t call it radical. (1/31/2020)

KCRW: A look in the rear view mirror - at the roaring 2020s in LA (1/9/2020)

The Wave NewspaperMAKING A DIFFERENCE: Los Angeles Walks advocates for pedestrian safety (1/9/2020)

Streetsblog LAWho Are We Building Transit For? (1/9/2020)

Curbed LAAt least 236 people were killed in car crashes in 2019. More than half were walking (1/6/2020)

LAist'Car Accident' Or 'Traffic Violence'? The Way We Talk About Crashes Is Evolving (1/3/2020)


Curbed LA: 54 people were killed in hit-and-run crashes last year (9/3/19)

LA Times: 100 rainbow ‘halos’ on Los Angeles street corners will honor people killed in car crashes (9/3/19)

LAist: LA's Remembering People Killed In Traffic Collisions With 'Rainbow Halos' (8/20/19)

Curbed LA: Colorful ‘halos’ memorialize victims of LA’s deadly traffic crashes (8/17/19)

Univision: ‘Rainbow Halo’, la obra de arte que rinde homenaje a las víctimas fatales de atropellamientos en Los Ángeles (8/16/2019)

KPCC: You Can Walk To Dodger Stadium And Save Your Parking Money For Dodger Dogs (8/5/2019)

Los Feliz Ledger: Atwater Braces for Fletcher Road Diet (8/1/2019)

UC Berkeley: Explore Safe Streets Best Practices in New Guide (7/23/2019)

KCRW: Why can’t LA fix its broken sidewalks? (7/22/2019)

LAist: LA Metro's Rapid Bus Plan Is Tearing Eagle Rock Apart (7/16/2019)

La Opinion: Protestan propuesta de extender el horario para servir alcohol (6/28/2019)

Streetsblog LA: New Safe Streets Advocacy Guide from L.A. Walks and Best Start (7/25/2019)

The Movement Podcast: We Don’t Have to Resign Ourselves to Being a Car City (6/19/2019)

PBS News Hour: Why U.S. pedestrian deaths are at their highest level in almost 30 years (6/18/2019)

Los Angeles Times: Op-Ed: Metro is hemorrhaging riders. It needs to stop studying obvious fixes and start acting (5/17/2019)

Streetsblog LA: Interview with John Yi, New Executive Director of Los Angeles Walks (5/13/2019)

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