"We have concerns about this technology now — not even considering how complex it might someday become," said one report author.
You know, it's not all about the Benjamins. Plus other news.
The city should dramatically reduce the amount to car parking it requires developers to build because doing so will result in more much-needed affordable housing quickly — a new report concludes.
A new initiative aims to put thousands of purpose-built transportation bikes in the hands of people in underserved countries — and in the process, sparking a conversation about the role of bike design itself in making green mobility accessible.
The department has been a poor steward of its bike infrastructure that provide crucial links in the city's cycling network — like Ocean Parkway. And Council Member Shekar Krishnan wants to change that.
Here’s another good opportunity to remind you why we pass around the hat every December: Our obit of would-be Brooklyn trolley king Bob Diamond just won a first place award from the LA Press Club. And we want to do more of that!