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WeHo to Overhaul Red Light Camera Program

The City of West Hollywood will install new red-light photo enforcement technology at four existing photo-enforced intersections. The new digital cameras, which are capable of documenting vehicles that run red lights from the front and the rear with...

City of WeHo Offers Bike Racks to Area Businesses

The City of West Hollywood has been looking at additional ways to improve mobility for bike riders recently and has announced a program to install bike racks in commercial areas. ...

City of Weho Parking Meters Now Take Credit Cards

The City of West Hollywood has announced that all on-street parking meters throughout the WeHo have been converted to now accept credit cards (Visa and MasterCard), as well as coins. ...
Crosswalk at Westmount and Santa Monica Blvd

City to Install Flashing Crosswalk Lights at Westmount Drive

  Crosswalk at Westmount and Santa Monica Blvd The City West Hollywood City Council has approved the installation of Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacons (RRFB) at the pedestrian crosswalk at the intersection of Santa Monica Boulevard and Westmount...

Zipcar Bringing Car Sharing Back to West Hollywood

Car sharing is once again coming back to the City of West Hollywood after a short hiatus.  This time around, the City is entering into a formal partnership with Zipcar, perhaps the best known name in car sharing programs, to place cars at five different...

Beware of the Bandit Taxi Cabs in West Hollywood

The City of West Hollywood has launched a new campaign to help fight against bandit taxicabs. Bandit taxicabs are taxicabs that are not licensed to operate in the City of West Hollywood. ...
Stephen Box

Can Bike Activist Box Unseat LaBonge in LA Council Race?

In car centric Los Angeles, just one week after the adoption of a revolutionary bike plan, car-free bike activist Stephen Box is poised to score a huge upset in Tuesday’s City Council elections. Stephen Box Box, who has been a huge leader in LA’s...
Dan Wentzel is an actor, writer and public transit advocate living in Southern California.  He publishes the Ride the Pink Line blog.

Opinion: Public Transit and the Race for City Council

Opinion by Dan Wentzel, publisher of the Ride the Pink Line blog When considering how to vote in an election, we all have the issues that matter most to us. My pet issue in local government is public transit. It is vital to me that candidates for elective...

‘Castle’ Stars Give Up Cars for Alternative Travel Project

The Green blog at the New York Times is reporting on two stars of the ABC show Castle who agreed to give up their cars for 7 days out of one recent month and then participated in a series of videos to talk about what it was like to get to the studio without...

Street Closure Information for AIDS Walk on Sunday

The City of West Hollywood will host the 2010 AIDS Walk Los Angeles (AWLA) this  Sunday, October 17, 2010. The event starts at 9:15 a.m. at West Hollywood Park, 647 N. San Vicente Boulevard. AIDS Walk Los Angeles has a 6.2-mile route around the streets...

 

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