Latest News Articles for June 2014

From the Los Angeles Register:

CicLAvia coming to San Fernando Valley in spring 2015 

“After four years of operating south of the hills, the CicLAvia bike festival will make its San Fernando Valley debut next spring, event organizers confirmed Wednesday.”

From LA Daily News:

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti paves the path for ‘Great Streets’ 

“Roadways representing the diversity of modern Los Angeles are being targeted by Mayor Eric Garcetti in his first designation of 15 stretches to benefit from his “Great Streets” project.”

From StreetsBlog LA:

Study: Of All Transportation Modes, Cycling Evokes the Most Positive Mood

“Bike travel is the mode most likely to put a smile on your face.

That’s the finding from a new academic study published in the Springer journal “Transportation.” Researchers from Clemson and the University of Pennsylvania surveyed 13,000 randomly selected people about their mood during random activities throughout the day.”

From LA Daily News:

Developer Proposes Mixed Use for Old Daily News HQ

“The first development under the Warner Center 2035 Specific Plan has been approved by the Woodland Hills Warner Center Neighborhood Council.”

From LA Times:

California 2014 primary election complete results

From Curbed LA:

Watch Los Angeles’s Road Network Grow, From 1888 to 2010

“A new video by doctoral student and an associate professor at Arizona State University visualizes the expansion of LA’s roads, starting in 1888 and running all the way up to 2010”

From LA Times:

Douglas Emmett benefits from a narrow focus in real estate

“Office space dominates his company’s focus, accounting for about 85% of its holdings. Its properties include 100 Wilshire in Santa Monica, the Warner Center Towers, Sherman Oaks Galleria and 1901 Avenue of the Stars.”

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