Today’s Headlines

  • Voters Highly Skeptical of "Reforms" to State Constitution, Budgeting (Times)
  • Little Tokyo Community Council Opposes Regional Connector Alternatives (Rafu Shimpo)
  • "Chief Beck" Has Confirmation Hearing at City Hall This Morning (LA Now)
  • Power Tripping Sheriff’s Don’t Know Law When It Comes to Taking Pictures in Subway (Metblogs)
  • SF Has 22 Bike Projects Ready-to-Roll As Soon as Injunction Is Lifted (SF Streetsblog)
  • Riverside Freight Train Derailment Messing with Metrolink (LA Now)
  • Livable Streets Communities: How About a Climate Plan That Reduces Car Dependence? (Streetsblog)
  • Where Are the World’s Most Dangerous Roads? (How We Drive)
  • WalkScore Adds Transit Data, Becomes a Bigger Selling Point for Real Estate Reps (Switchboard)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

  • Erik G.

    You call LA Metro to complain about the actions of their contractors, the Sherriffs, and they will only refer you to the LASD; they don’t even listen to what happened. Why can’t LA Metro take some responsibility for the actions of what is by law their contracted staff in their stations??

  • Erik, this was an arrangement born in political intrigue. The Board meetings where it was pushed through were beyond surreal. It exists not for the benefit of the agency or the users.