Today’s Headlines

  • Notes from Metro Board Meeting: Controversy Over Development in Boyle Heights, Lots of White People Working on Crenshaw, Before Building Out Measure R Let’s Look at the Fares (The Source)
  • Mar Vista Woman Plans Protest Over Shoddy Condition of Venice Boulevard (Mar Vista Mom)
  • Some Bullet Train Backers Tiring of the Project (LAT via Curbed)
  • But Feds. Say Ridership Numbers Are Sound (LAT)
  • LAWA’s Runway Moving Would Create “Permanent Carmageddon” (City Watch)
  • Huizar Gives Thumbs Up to Bike Lanes on Colorado (Eastsider)
  • Debunking Arguments Against Bike Lanes on Eagle Rock Blvd. (Walk Eagle Rock)
  • 3 Feet Please Reintroduced  in Sacramento. Tougher Law than Those Vetoed (Biking in L.A.)
  • Audit Finds Caltrans Workers Overstated Their Work Hours, OT (Daily News)
  • “California’s $68 Billion Rail Project Will Hire the Disadvantaged – Like Dropouts and Felons” (Fox News)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

  • Anonymous

    Wow, hard to read that LAX article through all the hot air shooting out of my screen. I think it’s enough to note that there’s no way any contractor would propose shutting down Lincoln & Sepulveda for years during construction.