“Focus on the Valley”

Local business leaders and elected officials will explore the relationship between traffic congestion and business in the San Fernando Valley. Speakers will discuss strategies for attracting transportation funds to the region and policy initiatives to reduce congestion and gridlock.

  • This has been rescheuled to May 21st. Notice sent at last minute to folks registered for the event.

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Today’s Headlines

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Investing in Place Makes the Case For Metro’s Tax To Fund Walking and Bicycling What Trains Bring To Southern California (Zocalo) No Growth Initiative Modified, Moved To 2017 (Better Institutions, LAT) …Supporters Worried NII Would Be Overshadowed By Presidential Race (Preserve L.A.) Disneyland Dynamic Parking Pricing Part Of Larger Business Trend (LAT) L.A. Weekly Looks At […]

Today’s Headlines

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Times Backs Snoble from Nunez’s Attack (Times) Feuer Bills "Best Method" for Raising Funds (SF Valley Business Journal) Army Corps. Criticises OC Tollway Authority (Times) Whitehouse Prepared to Accept Greenhouse Gas Caps? (Daily News) Food Prices Soar as Farmers Grow Crops to Feed Our Vehicles (NPR) Ventura County Also Thinking of Transportation Sales Tax (VC […]

Today’s Headlines

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Right-on-Red Turns Getting In the Way Of L.A. Pedestrians (Red Queen) Your Measure R Dollars At Work: Widening Freeways In Calabasas (The Source) Express Lane Toll Charges Not Quite Enough To Keep Congestion Out (LAT) Pop-Up Chandler Protected Bike Lane A Hit At CicLAvia (LADOT Bike Blog) CicLAvia Is Great For Business (HuffPo) What CicLAvia […]

Katz Blasts Back at Congestion Pricing Foes in S.G. Valley

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Metro Board Member Richard Katz took aim at San Gabriel Valley Congresspeople who are fighting Metro’s congestion pricing plans for the I-10, I-110 and I-210.  Steve Hymon, who is suddenly the busiest writer in Los Angeles, wrote about the brewing fight over HOT Lanes at both the Bottleneck Blog and in his weekly Road Sage […]

Tomorrow’s Big Metro Board Agenda Item: Expanding Congestion Pricing

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An Exit for Los Angeles off I-210 Headlining tomorrow’s meeting of the Metro Board is a motion by County Supervisor Michael Antonovich requiring staff to examine other highways where Metro could implement congestion pricing.  Antonovich wants the study completed by June’s Metro Board Meeting.  To see the the rest of tomorrow’s agenda, click here. Antonovich’s […]