Passage of Measure S would be a catastrophe for the future of the city; new housing is the only thing keeping rents from growing even faster. Anti-development advocates are making a grievous error when they view new luxury housing as a cause of rising prices, rather than a symptom of them.
Hundreds of billions of dollars have been spent in the quest for free-flowing vehicular traffic. The result is wider highways, more sprawl, and more people stuck in congestion. But this week U.S. DOT took an important step to change course, releasing new standards to guide how transportation agencies measure their performance. Advocates for transit and walkability say the policy is a significant improvement.
Culver City Planning Expo To Downtown Protected Bike Lanes (Urbanize) Carnage: Pedestrian Killed Crossing Street Near County-USC Med Ctr In Boyle Heights (Eastsider) Opinion: L.A. Should Bring Parking Into the 21st Century (LAT) 12-Story Mixed-Use TOD Planned For Wilshire/La Brea (Urbanize) Regulators Push Exide To Clean-Up Most Contaminated Homes (LAT) Walk Bike Burbank Rides the […]
if passed, Measure S - the "Neighborhood Integrity Initiative" - would shut down housing on practically all levels in a city that is short on housing in a county that is short on housing in a state that is short on housing
LADOT announce the first of four 35-foot electric buses that will serve downtown L.A.
In the first step of the budget process for 2017-2018, Governor Brown proposed a budget that shows fiscal restraint--and includes money for the Active Transportation Program.