Home – Access Services

Your Safety Is Our Priority. In response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, Access has taken several proactive measures to help safeguard your health while taking Access, including No Share-Rides and Enhanced Vehicle Cleaning.

To ensure the health and safety of our employees and riders, we are asking that you DO NOT schedule a trip using Access if you have been confirmed to have COVID-19, or are going to a facility to be tested for COVID-19.
Riders are encouraged to follow the Los Angeles County Safer at Home Emergency Order. If you must travel, please follow these guidelines:
• Cover your face while riding Access
• Do not use Access if you are sick
• Cover your coughs and sneezes
• Wash hands frequently with soap and warm water, or use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer.

Starting Monday, May 4th, Access will begin offering limited same day service. For further information on this and other COVID-19 programs, please click on the Coronavirus – COVID-19 Updates link in the Rider Alert Section below.

Your Safety Is Our Priority. In response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, Access has taken several proactive measures to help safeguard your health while taking Access, including No Share-Rides and Enhanced Vehicle Cleaning.

To ensure the health and safety of our employees and riders, we are asking that you DO NOT schedule a trip using Access if you have been confirmed to have COVID-19, or are going to a facility to be tested for COVID-19.
Riders are encouraged to follow the Los Angeles County Safer at Home Emergency Order. If you must travel, please follow these guidelines:
• Cover your face while riding Access
• Do not use Access if you are sick
• Cover your coughs and sneezes
• Wash hands frequently with soap and warm water, or use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer.

Starting Monday, May 4th, Access will begin offering limited same day service. For further information on this and other COVID-19 programs, please click on the Coronavirus – COVID-19 Updates link in the Rider Alert Section below.

Welcome to Access Services, the consolidated Transportation Services Agency (CTSA) for Los Angeles County.

Access Services is responsible for the administration of Access, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) mandated paratransit transportation program for Los Angeles County and is committed to improving the mobility on public transit of persons with disabilities.

Learn More About Riding Access

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Home – Automotive Solutions LLC

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Welcome!

Automotive Solutions LLC is a company with nearly 30 years of successful experience in the

Automotive Air Conditioning Industry. Our services include products for Automotive Thermal

Management and Engine Cooling Systems for Heavy Duty Trucks, Off Road Vehicles and

Agricultural Machinery. We distribute and sell our products in the United States and in more than

40 countries world-wide.

Being an independent Warehouse Distributor and Exporter, Automotive Solutions offers and

delivers the best option for complete automotive air conditioning systems as well as a full range of

Auto and Truck Air Conditioning Replacement Parts. With the collaboration of our selected local

and overseas partners, Automotive Solutions can fulfill all your air conditioning needs with reliable

products and competitive prices.

Below is a sampling of the products we offer. However, for complete information, please visit our Products Page or use our On-line Catalog.

 

Home – Memphis Hightailers Bicycle Club

Join the Bluff City Training Team



The Bluff City Training Team (formerly known as the BCB100 Training Team) is entering its 10th Year and we have all kinds of exciting news for this training season.

First, we will be partnering with BPC to provide an even greater level of coaching than in the past. We look forward to working with Bryant and Dale and all the folks at BPC.

Second, as you can tell with our name change, we will be able to help any cyclist this year planning on a long distance ride through Fall, 2020. Of course if you join the Training Team we will have an extra special Ride Fee for our own BCB 100 Ride happening on October 10, 2020 – only $20.

We will also have special pricing for the West Fight On Ride and the Wolf River Conservancy’s Cycle The Greenway.  Only available during Training Team registration!

And we will be able to help train for all of the area’s other long rides including the inaugural St. Jude Ironman 70.3!

We encourage all cyclists of all abilities to train with us, from the fast and the experienced to those just wanting to join a group ride for the first time.

This will be a very special year and the team will be limited, so you need to join when registration opens on March 1 and will close on April 30, 2020.

Not a member of the Memphis Hightailers?  The cost for the team is $225, which includes a one-year Memphis Hightailers membership.

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PRINTING

Three types of printing available on our covers:

  • Screen print – unlimited colours, block colours only

  • Heat transfer – full colour process for smaller areas of print)

  • Laminated – full coverage and full colour

YOUR ARTWORK/LOGO


For simple artwork/ logo we can use most files (word doc for example)


High resolution JPG, EPS or PDF format is preferable, especially for more complex work.

If in doubt, send the best file you have and Smart Automotive will advise.

DELIVERY OPTIONS

Made to Order

Your order will be delivered within 6-8 weeks from approval of the pre-production sample. Allow 2 weeks for delivery of the sample and 1 week for a photo of the completed product.

Air Freight


You order will be delivered within 3-4 weeks from approval of PDF proof. No pre-production sample will be provided.

Local print [selected bags]

Your order will be delivered with 7-10 working days from approval of PDF proof. No pre-production sample will be provided There is limited fabric colours and styles available and printing can only be made in one colour on one side.

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Home – Bamboo Bicycle Club

Home – Bamboo Bicycle Club

Build a bamboo bike with one of our experts or using a home build kit in any location

Stay at home and build your own bamboo bike.

Founded in 2012 we have been helped people build bikes that are designed for everyday commutes or cycling around the world

Build your bike at home.

order a MTB, Gravel or Road kit, complete with a manual and video guides to build in any location

New: Pre-Lugged home kit.

Simple to build at home road build kits.

DANVILLE AREA TRANSPORTATION STUDY – Home

About the MPO

The Danville Area Transportation Study MPO leads in the development of the region’s long-range transportation plan and short-range transportation improvement program through a partnership among the U.S. Department of Transportation and the Federal Highway Administration, Illinois DOT, local elected leadership, local planning and urban services employees, the business community, and citizens across the Danville region. 

Our Mission

The Danville Area Transportation Study MPO is committed to providing leadership to the region in the planning, funding, and development of a regional multi-modal transportation system; one that promotes personal and social economic prosperity while encouraging sustainable growth and development practices to protect and preserve valuable community and natural assets.  

Our Committees

The Danville Area Transportation Study is comprised of two committees, the Technical Committee and the Policy Committee.

​The DATS committees include representatives from: the City of Danville, the City of Georgetown, the Village of Belgium, the Village of Westville, the Village of Catlin, Catlin Township, Danville Township, Newell Township, Georgetown Township, Vermilion County, Danville Mass Transit, CRIS, Vermilion Regional Airport, and the Illinois Department of Transportation.

Our Guiding Documents

NEWS & NOTES
UPDATES OF LOCAL, STATE & FEDERAL NEWS

Danville Metropolitan Bicycle Map

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​Click here to find out more about the new Danville Metropolitan Bicycle Map.


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Home – IEEE Transportation Electrification Community

Published by IEEE Spectrum

by Mark Anderson

Spectrum 3 23 2020 ImageElectric vehicles have recently boasted impressive growth rates, more than doubling in market penetration every two years between 2014 and 2018. And batteries play a key role in EV performance and price. That’s why some companies are looking to new chemistries and battery technologies to sustain EV growth rates throughout the early 2020s.

To read the complete article, click here.


Published by IEEE – The Institute

by Kathy Pretz

Just about every car manufacturer—including BMW, Ford, General Motors, Jaguar, and Toyota—has announced plans to build more electric vehicles and phase out cars with internal combustion engines. As of early 2018, automakers in Germany had invested US $52 billion in EVs, Chinese car companies $21 billion, and those in the United States at least $19 billion, according to Reuters. BloombergNEF’s 2019 Electric Vehicle Outlook predicts that EVs will make up 57 percent of passenger car sales globally by 2040.

To read the complete article, click here.


Published by IEEE – The Institute

by Kathy Pretz

The aerospace industry is under intense pressure to reduce its impact on the environment. Between 2021 and 2035, the industry will have to offset a total of 2.6 billion metric tons of carbon dioxide under the Carbon Offsetting and Reduction Scheme for International Aviation, an emissions mitigation approach for the industry.

To read the complete article click here.


Published by IEEE – The Institute


by Kathy Pretz

As more and more intelligent cars and autonomous vehicles hit the road, some engineers are thinking about what can be done to smarten up the streets on which they travel.

Doing so could allow smart cars and trucks to exchange information with other vehicles, traffic management centers, and private companies about traffic congestion, accidents, and weather conditions. The key to making it happen is an Internet of Things system that includes sensors embedded in the roadway and on traffic lights.

To read the complete article click here.


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Bicycling Life Home Page


 







 





We intend this site to focus on the Good

News about Bicycling as a means of transportation and recreation in everyday life.





Edlin’s Crank
An exquisite study by our favorite artist, Taliah
Lempert
 
(Used with
permission)
 



Like Edlin, who’s crank appears above, you may not have a racing bike
(regardless of the pretentious logo), but if you have a bike, any bike,
you can join the human race instead of the rat race.  A quiet evening
ride or a trip to the store does not require a $2000 bike.  




Many

bicycle web sites are “event” oriented. Lots are interested on races or racers.

Most are seasonally oriented, and a few are advocacy oriented. We are not disinterested in

these things.  We are simply more interested in the promotion of cycling as a

“normal” means of transportation for every day travel needs as well as

recreation and healthy exercise.












We also want to counter all the fear mongering, intentional and

unintentional, that happens when bicycling is discussed.  

Sometimes cycling enthusiasts are their own worst enemy.

 It starts when fairly

competent cyclists start lobbying for bike paths and bike lanes at local public

meetings.  It ends with school districts banning bicycles as a means of

transportation, or with local road closures because elected officials are afraid of

liability.

 

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Pennsylvania
Bicycle Driver’s Manual 

Utah’s
Bicycle Commuter Guide

We like to cover issues of  media

bias, faulty reasoning, and misinformation.  We hope by pointing a finger at these

things you will be able to recognize falsehood when you see it, and have a ready answer

when someone asks why you ride a bike.

But we also intend to cover the good news about cycling, the health aspects, the pure

enjoyment, the cost benefits, both to the rider and the community.

  Cycling

Survey



Please take our comprehensive on-line survey and encourage your friends to do the same.

Help us get the facts on cycling!

Take our Quiz

Review
the Results!

We want to show that the bicycle is not only a reasonable means of transportation, but,

in the majority of instances, the method best suited for personal needs. 



Crank and Hub Answer your Bicycle Questions


Now don’t assume we are just a bunch of Anti-Automobile bigots running off at the

mouth.
  We all drive.  When necessary.  It’s just that we have found that

the definition of “Necessary” varies dramatically from person to person, from

time to time. Biking is a lot more fun.


So come on in, snoop around and tell us what you think.


Got Bored Kids at Home? Check out the Petersen Automotive Museum’s Free Streams and Activities

In Los Angeles, the Petersen Automotive Museum is a go-to destination for us staffers at Automobile, and there isn’t one of us who hasn’t wiled away an afternoon there immersed in all it has to offer. While the museum is understandably closed until at least the end of March, it hasn’t taken long for it to begin a schedule of live streaming events and other educational activities from its avant garde headquarters in downtown Los Angeles, all offered for free on its website.

If you have bored kids at home, you’re in luck. The events are mostly geared toward children, though no doubt parents will enjoy following along as well. So far, the schedule is as follows (all times are PST):

  • Tuesday, March 17, 10 a.m. – Force and Motion
    • Cars are about motion. While it may seem simple to press a pedal and move forward, there are dozens of forces interacting that must be balanced to produce motion. From Newton’s laws to different types of energy, students will learn the simple physics behind the automobile.
  • Tuesday, March 17, 1 p.m. – Balloon Cars
    • For a car to move, a force must be applied. Students will explore propulsion and Newton’s Third Law of Motion by making their own balloon cars.
  • Wednesday, March 18, 10 a.m. – History of the Car
    • Cars have been in existence for more than a century (or longer, depending on when you start counting). Join the Petersen as it explores the evolution of the automobile.
  • Wednesday, March 18, 1 p.m. – License Plates
    • License plates identify vehicles as properly registered with the state, but may also serve as a canvas. Students will create their own license plates and decorate them to show off something about their home state.
  • Thursday, March 19, 10 a.m. – Storytime Featuring “Go, Dog, Go!” By P.D. Eastman
    • Students will read the beloved tale about dogs and their cars.
  • Thursday, March 19, 1 p.m. – Animal Cars 
    • Students will make a car of their favorite animal with materials found around the house.
  • Friday, March 20, 10 a.m. – Design Process
    • Utilizing the car, students will explore how things go from idea to finished product.
  • Friday, March 20, 1 p.m. – Car Models
    • A critical part of automotive design is creating a model. Students will create car models to show how the modeling process can help to explore design choices.
    • Future lessons will cover propulsion, aerodynamics, racing and a host of other topics.

More Videos

Also, head to the Petersen Automotive Museum’s Online Education area. There, kids can download and

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