Camp Pendleton Closure

From CalTrans:

“Due to military operations, the bike path from the Las Pulgas Gate to the southern edge of the San Onofre Beach State Park will be closed to the public from 27 Nov to 1 Dec and possibly on 2 Dec depending on ship schedule. The closure will be daily from 6 AM to 6 PM.  Public should monitor Camp Pendleton social media to find out if the path will remain closed on 2 Dec.”

Buena Park Complete Streets Survey

Buena Park is working on the design for a complete streets project called the Dale / Whitaker Complete Streets Project. This project would be on Dale Street from Auto Center Drive to Malvern Avenue, and Whitaker Street from Stanton Avenue to the east city limits. This project is still in the design phase, and the city is holding public meetings to discuss the project and ask for design input from affected residents.

Please read some more information on this project and take this survey to give the city some ideas for the project! The survey has 13 questions, and should take 4 to 5 minutes to complete.

OC Loops Workshop

Join the Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) for a virtual community workshop about creating regional bikeway networks across central and south Orange County on Thursday, March 24 at 6 p.m.

The OC Loops vision is to create seamless connections for people to bike, walk and connect to some of California’s most scenic beaches and inland reaches. With significant progress made in north Orange County (OC North Loop), OC Loops is now looking to expand the regional bikeway networks through the Bike Gap Closure Feasibility Study.

The interactive webinar will feature an overview of the project purpose and timeline and will include opportunities to provide input on how you envision using the OC Loops, ask the project team questions, and provide additional feedback.

Zoom Link:
Dial-In: (669) 900-6833
Webinar ID: 86761879275

To learn more, visit

Rumble Strips Can be Deadly!

Photo of rumble strips

Two types of rumble strips

If you have had personal encounters with rumble strips on state highways, you’ll probably agree they are brutal. They can also be deadly when traffic is heavy. Please sign this petition to encourage CalTrans and other state departments of transportation to follow the safety standards provided by federal agencies.