Community Forum on Expo Construction

To bring the community up to speed on the recent political and legal
developments, and partially in response to the Expo Line Construction
Authority’s refusal to hold open public forums in their "community
update meetings", the neighborhood councils, community groups, and
Dorsey HS Alumni Association, in coordination with the Fix Expo
Campaign and schools will be hosting two community forums in the month
of May:

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Expo Station Coming to Farmdale and Exposition?

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Thanks for the overview, Curbed The strange saga of the Expo Light Rail Line continued yesterday when Judge Maribeth Bushey of the California Public Utilities Commission issued a proposed amendment to the environmental documents for the Expo Line Phase I that would allow the construction of a rail station at the intersection of Exposition Boulevard […]

Up Next for Expo: Should Westwood Station Have Car Parking

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Now that the Expo Construction Authority has the legal green light to begin construction of Phase II of the Expo Line, it can move on to other issues.  Responding to a motion at the February 5, 2010 meeting of the Expo Construction Authority by Zev Yaroslavsky, Expo staff have put together a presentation listing the […]

Does Metrolink Disaster Point to Need for Grade Separated Expo?

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Yesterday afternoon, the City Council Transportation Committee heard testimony about the response of emergency responders to the September 12th Metrolink crash.  Towards the end of the hearing, a fiery Bill Rosendahl sounded off about the need to place a higher priority on safety when building new rail projects.  His comments were clearly directed at the […]

CPUC Decision: Ped. Bridge for Farmdale but not for Foshay

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Today, the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) finally released its twice delayed, two-years in the making, decision regarding whether or not to allow Phase I of the Expo Line be constructed at grade past Dorsey High School and the Foshay Learning Center.  The ruling clears the way for Phase I of the Expo project to […]