Featured Headline: At Rail~Volution yesterday, Rep. Earl Blumenauer (D-OR) — also known as the godfather of the “rail~volution” — said even he wouldn’t raise the gas tax right now. “We should make some adjustments to a gas tax that hasn’t increased since 1993,” Blumenauer said. “Half the people think the gas tax goes up every year.” Read the rest of the story at Capitol Hill Streetsblog.
This Is What Metro Means When It Says “Seismologic Experts” (The Source)
More on the Westside Subway Routing Discussion (Curbed)
City Considers Making Homeowners Pay for Sidewalk Repair, Make Them Liable for Injuries (Daily News)
It’s Been Two Months Since Red Light Cameras Were Cut. Feel Safer Yet? (KCET)
Clock Ticking Again on Sixth Street Viaduct in Downtown LA/Boyle Heights (Blog Downtown)
LAX Officials Surveying Passengers on Westwood Flyaway (Daily Breeze)
“FAST is not proposing one way streets for Victory, Vanowen, Olympic, Pico or any other street in LA County. FAST is opposed to creating new one-way streets. FAST is not reviving the previously unsuccessful plan for Olympic and Pico proposed by others over six years ago. We are working on a different proposal for Olympic and Pico Boulevards that do not include one way streets, but we are still in the research phase.”