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West Hollywood May Curb Its Free Street Parking

LA TIMES – In West Hollywood, Sunset Boulevard has long been the odd street out. It is the only one where parking meters tick until 2 a.m. Not so on other streets in this 1.9-square-mile city, not even along Santa Monica Boulevard, where metering...
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...

West Hollywood Named Most Walkable in California

West Hollywood is proud to announce that it has been ranked the most walkable city in the state of California by Walk Score®. ...

Cyclists Endorse Bowen in Special Election During Bike Week

On Tuesday, while cyclists around the country participate in Bike to Work Week, cyclists in West LA and the Southbay have a unique opportunity to Bike the Vote by voting for Debra Bowen in the special election to fill former Congresswoman Jane Harman’s...

City Gears Up For Bike-To-Work Day on Thursday

May is National Bike Month, a celebration of two-wheeled human-powered transportation and exercise. A number of events are being planned this week, and especially on Thursday which is billed as Bike-To-Work Day. Bike-To-Work Day is held annually around...

‘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...
An intersection before and after design changes to make it into a Complete Street.  Note the addition of a new crosswalk, shortening of sidewalks that previously existed, more organized flow of traffic and addition of bike lanes. (source: Complete Streets)

Congested Weho Streets May Save Your Life

West Hollywood has witnessed another tragic death of a pedestrian after a 21 year old woman was hit by a car on the Sunset Strip overnight. But as Weho Daily readers know, pedestrians and bike riders being hit by vehicles is a fairly common occurrence...
Greenwich Village in New York City

Are Dense Weho Developments a Problem Without Subway?

Some are wondering what kind of trouble the City of West Hollywood is in now that a subway isn’t planned through our area. L.A. Weekly just posted a story on the subject, and former West Hollywood City Councilman Steve Martin talks about this in...
A LAXCarShare vehicle parked in front of the Hancock Lofts building.

Car Sharing Comes to Weho, Offers Savings Over Owning

Car sharing has come to West Hollywood with the opening of LAXCarShare, and their car sharing program might just save you money over owning your own car. The company has opened a location at the Hancock Lofts building, at the corner of Hancock and Santa...
City of West Hollywood Pedestrian Safety Poster

Will Pedestrian Safety Posters Cut Number of Accidents?

The City of West Hollywood is posting pedestrian safety posters in three locations for a one week period starting on Monday. Those who regularly read Weho Daily know that pedestrians are hit by vehicles on our streets almost every week.  And oftentimes...

 

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