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Metrolink Celebrates Bike to Work Week

Metrolink Celebrates Bike to Work Week

  LOS ANGELES – In celebration of bike to work week, bicyclists can ride free on Metrolink trains Monday through Friday, May 14-18. The agency will also hold promotions where commuters and others can win a new bicycle during bike to work week and an electric scooter during May’s National Bike Month celebration. Free rides will be offered to […]

After Daughter’s Death, Dad Bikes 2,000 Miles To Hear Her Heartbeat One Last Time

After Daughter’s Death, Dad Bikes 2,000 Miles To Hear Her Heartbeat One Last Time

This dad couldn’t contain his emotions when he heard his daughter’s heartbeat for the first time in six months. That’s because 21-year-old Loumonth Jack Jr. was first diagnosed with a rare heart defect in January, and he was only given ten days to live unless he underwent a heart transplant. style=”display:inline-block;width:300px;height:250px” data-ad-client=”ca-pub-8420654331411867″ data-ad-slot=”1313712966″> In the […]

Thousand Oaks PD will Join Thousand Oaks Schools for National Walk to School Day on Wednesday, October 5th

Thousand Oaks PD will Join Thousand Oaks Schools for National Walk to School Day on Wednesday, October 5th

Oxnard Bicycle and Pedestrian Safety Operation

Oxnard Bicycle and Pedestrian Safety Operation

City of Ventura rolls out Bike to Work Week activities, May 16 – 20

City of Ventura rolls out Bike to Work Week activities, May 16 – 20

Sheriff asks for public’s help identifying bike thief

Sheriff asks for public’s help identifying bike thief

On 04/12/2016, between the hours of 6:00 am-7:00 am, an unknown suspect stole a bicycle.  The bicycle was locked to a secure object at the rear of a restaurant located in the 900 block of East Ojai Avenue.  This establishment is equipped with a video surveillance system which captured the suspect stealing the bicycle.  The […]

Caltrans greenlights bike lane expansion

Caltrans greenlights bike lane expansion

By James Poulos . Bending to legislative prodding from Sacramento, clinic California’s transportation bureaucracy has moved ahead with statewide plans to standardize and expand the Golden State’s bike lanes. Despite persistent criticism from bike-friendly advocacy groups like the Green Lane Project, Caltrans opted against such sweeping measures. In 2014, however, Democratic officials decided to change that: “Last […]