Monday, 12/10 5 P.M.Metro San Gabriel Valley Service Sector Council Meeting**San Gabriel Valley Sector Office3449 Santa Anita Ave., 3RD Floor, El Monte, CA 91731 Wednesday 12/12 3:15 P.M.Joint City Council Transportation/Public Works Committee 5 P.M.Metro Westside/Central Service Sector Council MeetingLa Cienega Tennis Center, Sunset Room325 S. La Cienega Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90211 Thursday 12/13 […]
While Metro’s sales tax proposal has been dominating the news, the agency has also been pursuing adding managed toll lanes, also known as HOT Lanes, to the I-10 and I-110. You may remember that Metro received a $213 million grant from the FHWA to construct HOT Lanes on two LA County freeways and buy new […]
Yesterday, the Metro, aka LACMTA, announced the details of it’s HOT Lanes FAST Lanes Express Lanes proposal to take existing carpool lanes on the I-10 and I-110 freeways into and out of Downtown Los Angeles. While the new plan has been tweaked from the one outlined last August in one aspect, it is still missing […]
When Metro first proposed converting HOV Lanes to congestion pricing lanes where drivers could choose to pay cash for a congestion free trip, some politicians and news paper columnists were outraged. Some where so outraged at the “Lexus Lanes” they worked tirelessly to get them moved somewhere else. Others were so outraged they wrote research-free […]
Tonight in Agoura Hills, Metro kicks off a series of community meetings to receive input on the agency’s draft expenditure plan for a likely November 2016 half-cent sales tax ballot measure. There are nine face-to-face meetings throughout April, and a final on-line forum April 30. SBLA reviewed the overall outline of Metro’s expenditure plan earlier. There […]
“Moving Forward Together” A conference for communities impacted by trade, ports, and goods movement October 22-23, 2010 Carson Community Center 801 E. Carson Street, Carson, CA 90745 Click Here for More Information and to Register! Registration deadline is Sunday October 17th!