Read the agenda, here: http://ens.lacity.org/clk/committeeagend/clkcommitteeagend3079663_11142012.pdf
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.
About 80 major new transitways will be under construction across the U.S., Canada, and Mexico, reports Yonah Freemark in his annual roundup.
A pleasant waiting environment can make transit trips seem shorter, while traffic and pollution make waits seem longer than they really are, according to a new study.
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Chao gave a tight-lipped performance that didn't reveal much about how she would use the regulatory and approval power at her disposal, but here are three instances where you can try to read the tea leaves.
By calling for safety improvements for Westwood Blvd., city council challenger Jesse Creed is drawing a clear distinction between himself and anti-bike-lane incumbent Paul Koretz.