Joe Linton

Streetsblog Los Angeles

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Editor for the Streetsblog Los Angeles; founder of Bikas, a new group which advocates for more bicycle infrastructure in the City of Los Angeles; policy associate for Livable Places, a development and policy-making group that works to create transit and pedestrian-oriented development in the Southland; former director of CicLAvia

Joe Linton on KCRW

In Santa Monica, bike sharing already up and running, and bike sharing programs have been green-lighted in Beverly Hills, Long Beach, West Hollywood and downtown L.A.

Bike Sharing is Coming to Los Angeles

In Santa Monica, bike sharing already up and running, and bike sharing programs have been green-lighted in Beverly Hills, Long Beach, West Hollywood and downtown L.A.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

There's going to be more congestion during the evening rush hour — especially on the Westside — but that didn't stop the LA City Council from endorsing what's called "Mobility Plan…

Will the Car Capital of the World Make Way for Bikes and Buses?

There's going to be more congestion during the evening rush hour — especially on the Westside — but that didn't stop the LA City Council from endorsing what's called "Mobility Plan…

from Which Way, L.A.?

LA Metro has taken bids for a bike share program — the deadline for those bids is tomorrow. The plan is for 1000 bikes in downtown LA — in a system that could grow to 4000.

LA Bike Share: If You Build It, Will They Bike?

LA Metro has taken bids for a bike share program — the deadline for those bids is tomorrow. The plan is for 1000 bikes in downtown LA — in a system that could grow to 4000.

from Which Way, L.A.?

More from KCRW

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from Hollywood Breakdown

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from The Business

LA County Supervisor Sheila Kuehl talks about the recent COVID-19 surge, balancing the health crisis with the economic crisis, possible fines for not wearing masks, and mixed messaging…

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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from Left, Right & Center

When David first got the email, it just seemed like one of those offers that’s too good to be true.

from Welcome to LA

Scott Spencer’s new novel, “ An Ocean Without a Shore,”  is about a life seeped in unfulfilled desires.

from Bookworm

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from Press Play with Madeleine Brand