Metro Board Subcommittee: Westside/Central Service Sector Council Meeting

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Thoughts While Riding the Expo Bike Lane

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Last week, I had a chance to ride on the recently-installed bike lane that runs parallel to the Expo Light Rail Line in South Los Angeles from USC to La Cienega Boulevard. At first, the lanes run on Exposition Boulevard until La Brea where they shoot up to Jefferson Boulevard. There has already been some […]

Road Rage Dr. Thompson Arraigned on 7 Counts (Updated)

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Stephen Box spent the morning at the La Cienega Courthouse to bring us the news on the progress of the trial for Dr. Christopher Thompson, the "road-rage" doctor that allegedly tried to kill a pair of experienced cyclists on July 4th for riding two abreast on a two-lane road.  For those of you that are […]

Rescheduled (AGAIN): SCAG’s La Cienega Corridor Project

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Give us Your Thoughts on Improvements to La Cienega BoulevardJoin us at an upcoming community meeting The Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG), in coordination with Los Angeles County and the Cities of Culver City, Inglewood and Los Angeles, is currently conducting a study strategies that would improve traffic flow on La Cienega Boulevard and […]

The Role Neighborhood Markets Can Play in Making Public Transportation Convenient: Lessons from London

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David Murphy is President of Angelenos Against Gridlock (http://www.endinggridlock.org), which is working to support a fully built out rail transit system and safer bike infrastructure, and striving to help make transit and biking cool. Clickhere (http://www.endinggridlock.org/press) to read other recent columns by David, who also blogs athttp://endinggridlock.org and tweets at @EndingGridlock. On Wednesday night, I stopped in at the new […]

Metro Breaks Ground on Purple Line Subway Extension

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This morning Metro broke ground on its fifth simultaneous rail construction project: the Purple Line Extension. The new phase will extend the subway from downtown to La Cienega Boulevard, with two additional future phases planned to extend the line to Century City and Westwood. The ceremonies took place at the L.A. County Museum of Art, […]