Move LA: LA on the Verge Conference


The Week in Livable Streets Events

Big week.  Huge week.  Really Monday – Down in Long Beach, an interesting panel discussion concerning how cities use their space, and how they could use their space, to become better places.  Should cities consider tearing down freeways to consider park space?  Read more details, here. Tuesday – The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors […]

Funding Conference: It’s Time to Move LA!

LACTFC invites you to attend It’s Time to Move LA!, a community conference to address Los Angeles County’s transportation funding challenge by bringing together key constituencies to explore alternative transportation funding and implementation strategies. It ought to be clear to all – an effective transportation funding program is needed to ensure a robust and efficient […]

Transportation Luminaries to Speak on Funding Crunch

Next Thursday, the "LA County Transportation Funding Collaborative" will host It’s Time to Move LA, a conference addressing the pressing need LA County has to refuel our sagging transportation war chest. A wide range of speakers (everyone from Metro Chair Pam O’Conner to Streetsblog Favorite Donald Shoup) are scheduled to address a wide range of […]

Today’s Clips

Fred "Metro Rider" Camino Responds to Rubin (Emerald City) CityBEAT Covers "Move LA" Conference (CityBEAT)Mayor Gets a B- (CityBEAT)Denny Gets a B+ (CityBEAT)Zev Gets a C- (CityBEAT) Schwarzenegger Slows Down High Speed Plans (Daily News) Bikes Needed at Newhall Metrolink Center (The Signal) Port Traffic Down in 2007 (Times) Bottleneck Blog: One Way, NO WAY […]

Move LA Huddles with Business, Enviro, Transportation Leader at Annual Conference This Friday

Despite all the progress being made on transit, bicycle, and pedestrian projects in Los Angeles, the long-term transportation funding picture remains uncertain. Measure J was narrowly defeated in the ballot box.  The courts have backed Jerry Brown’s dissolution of Community Redevelopment Agencies. The state also continues to default on its obligation to help defray the […]

Today’s Headlines

FTA: Metro Needs to Do More Before Cutting Buses (LAT, The Source) LADOT Takes Over South Fig. Corridor Project, Exciting Many for Some Reason (Architect Newspaper) Shoup: Incentivize Transit for Farmers Field Goers and Avoid the Traffic Crush (LAT) Get Your Expo Timetable (Metro) Another State Assembly Committee Moves Measure R+ (The Source) Here Comes […]