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Lane Reduction on Maricopa Highway in Ojai

Lane Reduction on Maricopa Highway in Ojai

By Jeffrey Weinstein Please print the following Letter to the Editor as Ojai Valley News will no longer print my letters (censorship) because the current owner and publisher do not agree with my position, and support the City Council.  What ever happened to providing the public with objective information so they can make up their […]

City of Ventura Brags about Reducing Roadway Capacity

City of Ventura Brags about Reducing Roadway Capacity

Ventura, CA – Starting this week, the City’s Public Works Department will launch a Shared Streets for Health and Safety During COVID-19 initiative to help make neighborhood streets safer to walk and bike through the creation of wider spaces using current traffic lanes and sidewalks. This effort in intended to help pedestrians and cyclists practice […]

$360,000 CA Bicycle Transportation Grant Presented at Thousand Oaks Forum

$360,000 CA Bicycle Transportation Grant Presented at Thousand Oaks Forum

By Ellen Knowles February 20th, 2014: Fifty members of the public filled the Oak Room at the Civic Arts Plaza for a presentation by Public Works analyst Akbar Alikhan, and Associate traffic engineer Larry Tay.  As a result of early questioning from residents it was revealed that the $360,000 grant to the city of Thousand […]

Thousand Oaks Lane Reduction – To the VC Star: the support you claim for this “Road Diet” is just not there

Thousand Oaks Lane Reduction – To the VC Star: the support you claim for this “Road Diet” is just not there

Or – Life in the Slow Lane by Thomas Adams On Thursday, February 20, the city of Thousand Oaks offered a slideshow and open forum regarding the narrowing of Hillcrest Blvd. Larry Tay – Associate Traffic Engineer and Akbar Alikhan were running the presentation. As for Tay and Alikhan, they seemed to be pawns in […]