The LA Times studied data related to 58,000 pedestrian accidents and discovered 800 highly problematic intersections concentrated in Downtown L.A., Koreatown, Westlake and Hollywood where frequencies were greatest.

The LA Times studied data related to 58,000 pedestrian accidents and discovered 800 highly problematic intersections concentrated in Downtown L.A., Koreatown, Westlake and Hollywood where frequencies were greatest.

Los Angeles County’s 817 Most Dangerous Intersections: “A Los Angeles Times analysis shows nearly a quarter of traffic accidents involving a pedestrian occur at less than 1% of the city’s intersections. Many of the most dangerous crossings, which see a disproportionately high rate of crashes, are clustered in high-density areas between downtown Los Angeles and Hollywood.”

7 Ways to Skip a Shower: “You may not need as much water as you thought to keep yourself clean. Case in point, the tips summarized here that the campaign offers for just how exactly you might be able to skip 26 showers without being quarantined.”

Californians Cut Water Use By 27% During the Hottest June On Record: Well done, Californians! Now let’s do more…

This Roll-Up Map Highlights Parks And Pools When It’s Hot Out: “The Bath C° Thermo Color Map…uses thermochromic ink on resilient waterproof Tyvek fabric to activate different parts of the map at different temperatures and in different conditions.”

$1.3 Billion L.A. River Habitat Restoration Plan Unanimously Approved in D.C.: “The ongoing efforts to revitalize the L.A. River reached another milestone today, as the $1.3 billion river habitat restoration plan outlined by the city was unanimously approved this morning by the Civil Works Review Board of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in Washington D.C.”

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