USC’s pedestrian safety campaign has been doggedly trying to instill a sense of accountability in the large contingent of cyclists and boarders on campus. But and equally important component of pedestrian safety is pedestrian accountability. Somewhere down the line, there seems to have been a subtle injection of an us vs. them mentality into the […]
Nothing seems to attract more attention from the USC administration than bikes. Over the past several years, it has attempted to implement countless bike policies, including the most recent one designating bike lanes along Trousdale Parkway as part of the “We are Considerate. We are USC.” campaign. The bike issue, however, is an exaggerated problem […]
The installation of bike lanes along Trousdale Parkway is the university’s clever answer to USC’s ever-present bike safety problem.
Faithful, scholarly, skillful, courageous, ambitious: the five traits of a Trojan. We all learned them at Orientation, and we all see them waving proudly above our heads on the newly renovated Trousdale Parkway.
Following Wednesday’s Bike Summit and DPS Safety Fair, a group of LAPD officers on bikes happened to be predatorially perched on Jefferson Boulevard and McClintock Avenue, ready to cite law-despising cyclists. While it might not be right for officers to prey on bicyclists, it’s also not right for bicyclists to completely ignore standards of etiquette […]
The new campaign will first aim to improve the behavior of bikers on campus.
Recent DPS announcement regarding increased traffic monitoring does little to address problem.
DPS is studying traffic patterns at the McClintock Avenue and 34th Street intersection.