Today’s Headlines

  • Metro Retires Diesel Buses (LAT, LAist)
  • Box: City Should Better Manage Parking Structures and Have Transparent Process for P3(City Watch)
  • Humpherville: City Should Continue to Subsidize Parking (City Watch)
  • Long Beach Expanding Clean Truck Program for Ports (LB Post)
  • Wilmington Schools Getting Filters to Help Mitigate Port Pollution (LAT)
  • Santa Monica Puts Up the Charles Gandy Signal (SM Daily Press)
  • The Source Explains Farebox Recovery Ratio
  • Man Booked in Felony Hit and Run in Van Nuys (CC Times)
  • Are London Streets Safe Enough to Meet the City’s Bike-Share Targets? (Economist)
  • USC Is Taking Over LADOT Bikeways (LADOT Bike Blog)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

Programming Note: The discussion of the city applications to Metro’s Call for Projects is being put off a day so we can discuss the city’s parking privatization plan and cover this afternoon’s City Council Transportation Committee.

  • Erik G.

    As a poster on THE SOURCE points out, there are still contract buses operating in LA Metro colors that run on Diseasel.
    Also, LADOT Commuter Express has some really old buses still on the road that IMHO leak exhaust into their interiors. Well, at least the riders get a good nap enroute!