Today’s Headlines

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  • Why Metro Rail Countdown Clocks Are Often Wrong (Curbed)
  • Metro To Study Future Of Claremont Metrolink Station (SGV Tribune)
  • Curbed Hosts Live Chat With Transit Expert Ethan Elkind
  • How Prop 14 Shaped California Housing Race Restrictions (KCET)
  • Carnage: One Killed In Head-On Crash In Northridge (CBS)
  • Student Contest To Name Metro’s Purple Line Tunnel Machines (Daily News)
  • Solis Calls For Comprehensive Exide Clean-Up (KPCC)
  • The Group Ride Interviews Biking in L.A.
  • Expo-Adjacent Pen Factory Office Complex Opens In Santa Monica (Urbanize)
  • Blumenfield Wants Amazon Headquarters In Warner Center (Daily News)
  • L.A. Bike Rides To See the City From New Angles (Curbed)

Calendar: Tomorrow Saturday 9/23 – The Rampart Village Neighborhood Council will host a town hall meeting on proposed Vision Zero safety improvements for Temple Street. The town hall takes place at noon at the First Church of the Nazarene at 3401 W. 3rd Street in Koreatown. For details, see meeting agenda.

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Today’s Headlines

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  • Opinion: Entitled Drivers Getting In Way Of CA Climate Efforts (LAT)
  • Metro Allocates $9M To MATCH Low Income Transit-Oriented Housing Fund (The Source)
    …MATCH Fund Key Partnership For Transit-Oriented Communities (L.A. Thrives)
    …Foundations Back Loan Fund For L.A. Affordable Housing (KPCC)
  • Three Areas WeHo Plans To Improve For Peds and Bikes (WeHoVille)
  • How Metro Is Responding To Homeless Crisis (Curbed)
  • Bonin Recall Is Already A Bumpy Ride (Argonaut)
  • Culver City TOD Study Releases Recommendations (Urbanize)
  • Affordable Housing Planned For Bundy Animal Shelter Site (Urbanize)
  • Construction Underway On PATH Affordable Housing In Inglewood (Urbanize)
  • Curbed Explains California High-Speed Rail

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Rendering of possible light rail in the middle of Van Nuys Boulevard. All images via Metro presentation

Metro Seeks Input on East Valley Transit Corridor Project

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Metro is studying transit improvements for the East San Fernando Valley Transit Corridor project, primarily along Van Nuys Boulevard. The current environmental studies, released earlier this month, include possible Bus Rapid Transit (BRT), light rail, or transportation systems management (TSM – basically minor low-cost bus improvements). Light rail options studied include a partial subway, though […]
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