Before the Metro board this month are studies on five Metrolink stations, in Claremont, Commerce, El Monte, Northridge, and potentially serving Rio Hondo College. In addition, the Metro board is expected to approve a study on potential upgrades to Metrolink’s Antelope Valley line. Mostly these studies focus on upgrading Metrolink stations to make them better […]
After Measure S was soundly defeated at the ballot box this past March, the prevailing view seemed to be that it represented a vote in favor of greater density, particularly more infill and transit-oriented development. Which, in some ways, it was. In other ways, it was a grudging vote against a measure that would have […]
An interview with Chuck Marohn of Strong Towns about some of California's most pressing issues around growth and development--as well as some of the promising solutions coming out of Santa Ana.
The governor who killed a $3 billion Baltimore light rail project out of faux fiscal prudence yesterday announced $9 billion in highway expansions.
Can Buford Highway, the most dangerous road in Georgia, become a walkable place for the immigrant communities that call it home?
The Colorado city is the latest to embrace America's most underrated type of bike facility.