Brian Addison has won his share of awards and accolades for his outstanding work as a journalist and editor of the Long Beach Post and Longbeachize. But his ...On February 7, 2017 / By Damien Newton
2017 is likely to be a year of unprecedented challenges for the broader movement to create safe and healthy communities through smart urban planning and progressive transportation design. ...On December 5, 2016 / By Damien Newton
Photo by Brian Addison. Copy via City of Long Beach.
The 9th Annual Long Beach Bike Count will be taking place on October 20th and 23rd. Volunteers are ...On October 18, 2016 / By Damien Newton
Photo by Brian Addison.
There is a lot to like about Measure M, the Los Angeles County sales tax that would fund a mix of transit and other transportation ...On September 22, 2016 / By Damien Newton
This fall, Long Beach will be hosting two open streets events, designed to activate streets for many purposes by first shutting them down to cars.
The first event will ...On September 22, 2016 / By Damien Newton
The lead-up to the end of the California legislative session at midnight last night included a standard amount of grandstanding, tearful farewells, laughter, and exhaustion. Some bills passed ...On September 2, 2016 / By Damien Newton
This week in Sacramento, policy committees are rushing through a last-minute load of bills. The July recess is looming, and this week is the last opportunity to pass ...On June 30, 2016 / By Damien Newton
Photo by Brian Addison.On March 30, 2016 / By Damien Newton
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Empact Long Beach is offering a free class for those needing to learn the rules and safety guidelines of the road. Even better? Bicycles ...On February 1, 2016 / By Damien Newton
Empact Communities will be leading a Free Teen Bike Academy! The Teen Bike Academy will begin next Tuesday, February 2nd to May 12th from 3:00 pm to 5:30 ...On January 26, 2016 / By Damien Newton
Below are Two Stories from Streetblog California from the last week:
The timing seems less than coincidental, announcing a cut in transportation funding days after announcing a pilot program ...On January 26, 2016 / By Damien Newton
This article first appeared on Streetsblog California. Listen to its author, SBCA editor Melanie Curry, discuss California Governor Jerry Brown’s proposed 2016 budget with California Streets Initiative Executive Director ...On January 13, 2016 / By Damien Newton
LongBeachize is happy to announce the launch of it’s content partners program in 2016. In an effort to create a “one-stop” place for urbanists interested in the future ...On January 7, 2016 / By Damien Newton