Recent Headlines

  • Eastside Extension Raising Ridership on Original Gold Line (Curbed)
  • Transportation Improvements Not Coming Downtown Anytime Soon (Downtown News)
  • Now Long Beach Is Adding Bike Boxes (LAist)
  • Cell Service Coming to L.A. Subways? (Times)
  • L.A. Seeing Rise in Red Light Camera Revenue (Times)
  • Christmas Eve Drunk Driving Arrests Doubled in 2009 (LA Now)
  • New CA Laws for 2010…Easier to Get License Back After DUI (Napa Valley News)
  • "Crazy Basket Bridge" Chosen for Foothill Extension Over the 210 (Curbed)
  • Gold Line Extension Used for Eastside Tour of Nacimientos (Times)
  • At Least There Were No Dogs Involved: Star Running Back Receives No NFL Suspension for Drunken Hit and Run (Courthouse News)

Year in Review Articles

  • Bill Bauer may be a “columnist”, but he’s really an anti-transit, anti-pedestrian pro-automobile hardliner.

    If you’ve read his columns throughout the years, you’d notice he opposes nearly all transit and pedestrian improvements.

    For him, it is all about how it affects his single-occupancy automobile.

    He needs to move to the suburbs for the low-density, automobile-only transportation lifestyle he advocates. (Note: Santa Monica is not a suburb. It’s daytime population is 2-1/2 times its nighttime population.)


Today’s Headlines

Gold Line Eastside Extension a Bummer for Business During Construction (Times) Rail Car Factory Would  be Boon for Business (LA AFL-CIO) Huizar Promises to Work for all L.A. on Metro Board (CD 14 Blog) Downtown Connector Meetings Begin Today (Daily News) USC Student Killed in Scramble Crosswalk in Hit and Run (LA Now) Downtown News […]

Today’s Headlines

The Case for Taxing Vehicle Mileage (WSJ) More on the Lowenthal Parking Bill (Greater Greater Washington, Curbed) Safety a Concern for Eastside Gold Line Extension (Eastside Sun) Parking Hike Effecting Gold Line Commuters at Park and Ride (LA Now) A Day in the Life of L.A.’s Parking Ambassasdor (Times) Port Cargo Levels Sinking Fast (Times) […]

Today’s Headlines

Featured Headline: Just in time for CicLAvia, Metrolink upgraded its bike car fleet from 2 cars to 10 cars.  KPCC reports that the new bike cars will hold “at least” 18 bikes.  Longtime reader Tiffany Kay rode Metrolink into Downtown Los Angeles from Buena Park Station in Orange County and she stopped counting the bikes […]

Today’s Headlines

Metro Board Approves Asking Feds for Regional Connector, Garcetti to DC (The Source, Patch) Metro Board: Talking Design for Gold Line Extension to Montclair (Curbed) Metro Continues To Throw Money At Useless Pedestrian Bridge (Daily News) Metro Board: Bike Share and All the Rest (The Source) Eric Garcetti Goes for a Walk with School Kids […]