L.A. County needs get somewhat short shrift in a six-county SCAG region that skews suburban. Unfortunately Metro hasn't helped its case; the agency shirked some of its transit operations during the pandemic.
The 19th Secretary of Transportation may be the first in recent memory to publicly recognize that the need to remove excess asphalt from cities to meet our climate, safety and mobility justice goals.
County Public Health Warns Against Spring Break Travel Due to COVID (Daily News) Centralizing CA Vaccinations Might Not Serve Vulnerable Communities Well (LAT) Traffic Worse As So Cal Reopens (ABC7) “Neighborhoods Frustrated” By Metro Sepulveda Transit Plans (BH Courier) LAT Video: Driver Slams Into West L.A. Tent Encampment More On Activists Project Roomkey Check For […]
The FEMA is offering 100 percent reimbursement, but L.A. City is having difficulty finding up-front funding to use hotels as homes for unhoused neighbors
Azusa Walks will provide an overview of the pedestrian travel network in the city, identify barriers, and provide options to improve conditions that will encourage walking such as sidewalks and crosswalk improvements.
CA Reserves 40% Of COVID Vaccines For Disadvantaged Areas (LAT) …South L.A. Struggles To Get Vaccines (LAist) …Vaccine Outreach To Blacks Important, But Courts Skepticism (LAT) L.A. Slow To Act On Federal Funding For Project Roomkey (LAT, Daily News) CiclaValley Reports On Progress On Chandler Boulevard Protected Bike Lanes Carnage: Driver Killed Plunging Off Bridge […]