The CUSD Board of Trustees on Wednesday, Sept. 21, voted to allow the district to implement a “Safe Routes to School” policy that’s meant to provide guidelines for students on how to ride safely and properly store their e-bikes at school.
With the continuing rise in popularity of e-bikes, scooters and similar modes of transportation, safety concerns were at the forefront of a conversation during the San Clemente City Council meeting on Tuesday evening, Sept. 20.
Political commentator Craig Keshishian authors a guest column this month to write about his concerns and findings with OCTA’s and Caltrans’ $230 million project proposal to widen the 5 Freeway from Avenida Pico to the county line as part of a traffic relief effort to add HOV lanes.
OCTA will host meetings on July 28 and Aug. 2 for South County residents to comment their thoughts on planned improvements to Interstate 5 from the Avenida Pico exit south to the San Diego County Line.
Program Coordinator Angela Phillips authors this month’s column for the Wellness & Prevention Center to encourage parents to educate their teens about safely operating their e-bikes and understanding the rules of the road.