Latinos make purposeful meaningful changes to their streets, representing their struggles, triumphs, everyday mobility habits, and beliefs. Many urban designers poo-poo the Latino pedestrian vernacular as messy, informal, and spontaneous, but these grassroots solutions represent a resource that non-Latinos should draw from.
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Metro is studying transit improvements for the East San Fernando Valley Transit Corridor project, primarily along Van Nuys Boulevard. The current environmental studies, released earlier this month, include possible Bus Rapid Transit (BRT), light rail, or transportation systems management (TSM – basically minor low-cost bus improvements). Light rail options studied include a partial subway, though […]