Today’s Headlines

  • Next Monday, L.A. To Begin Ticketing Cars Parked On Parkways (LAT)
  • Expo Is L.A.’s A Way To Get People Out Of Their Cars (WaPo)
  • Can the Metro Orange Line BRT Get Respect? (Curbed)
  • South L.A. Anti-Gentrification Activists Target Art Spaces (L.A. Weekly)
  • L.A. To Require Air Filters In Freeway Adjacent Housing (LAT)
  • $171M 5-Freeway Improvement Kicks Off In Santa Clarita (Daily News)
  • Four Finalists To Redevelop Bunker Hill TOD Site (Urbanize, Downtown News)
  • Neighbors Oppose Studio City Havard Westlake School Parking Structure (LAist, Daily News)
  • Study Says Cool Roofs May Increase Air Pollution (KPCC)
  • Bay Area Bike Share Hit Hard By Vandalism (Streetsblog SF)

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  • Derek Hofmann

    Ticketing cars on parkways is going to cause a lot of trouble unless they open up some spots by increasing the parking rates.

  • Awake-and-Sing

    Enough with BRT-advocates clinging to the Orange Line as their shining star. The Valley wants an upgrade to LRT and expects one as part of Measure R.

    There are numerous transit corridors that will never see a rail upgrade. They should be advocating for transforming one of those with BRT.

    The Orange Line should have started as rail and an upgrade corrects the mistake of it only being a busway.