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Metro will study an above-grade concourse as part of its LinkUS project. Image via Metro

New Concept Considered For Union Station Re-Vamp: Above-Grade Concourse

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The estimated $2.75 billion LinkUS project is planned to convert Union Station from a stub-end station to a run-through station. Run-through tracks would decrease delays, increase capacity, and get Union Station ready for future West Santa Ana Branch light rail and California high-speed rail. LinkUS would significantly expand today’s current underground concourse hallway that riders use […]

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Metro’s Options For Fixing Pico Station Blue/Expo Line Congestion (Urbanize) The Road Ahead For Measure M (L.A. Thrives) El Monte Is Investing In Making Bicycling Easier (SGV Tribune) Groups Suing For Better Griffith Park Access (LAT) Opinion: To Solve Housing Crisis Tax Land, Not Development (LAT) What Do Anti-Market Rate Housing Advocates Want? (Let’s Go […]
In response to recent traffic deaths, LADOT plans to improve Temple Street, potentially adding new bike lanes and crosswalk enhancements. Image via LADOT

Vision Zero Safety Improvements Planned For Temple Street

Last Wednesday, the city of Los Angeles Vision Zero team held a workshop for public input on planned safety upgrades for Temple Street. At the workshop, the city Transportation Department (LADOT) shared potential plans for Temple, and received public input. The proposed improvements would cover 2.3 miles of Temple Street, from Beverly Boulevard to Beaudry […]