Today’s Headlines

  • Oh No! The Times Worries that the 405 Widening Project Is Not Totally Worth It!
  • Long Beach v L.A. Lawsuit Over SCIG Is Probably BNSF’s Fault (Daily News)
  • Blue Line Adjacent Development in Long Beach Comes with 5 Story Garage (Curbed)
  • Meanwhile, L.B. Vice Mayor Pushes for Cleaner and Safer Blue Line in The Beach (Curbed)
  • Cal Poly Pomona Traffic Study Encourages Higher Speed Limits, Ignores Bike/Ped (Daily Bulletin via Biking in L.A.)
  • Car Wash Owner Getting Cheeky Over Gold Line Construction (Patch)
  • 11 Year Old, “When You Drive the Earth Smokes” (Care 2)
  • Building of Gerald Desmond Bridge in Long Beach Proceeds as Planned (KPCC)
  • Another Noted River Advocate Leaving Los Angeles (KCET)
  • Daily Carnage: After Oxford Cyclist’s Death, 3 Riders Down in 4 Days in SoCal (Biking in L.A.)

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  • Dan Wentzel

    This experience widening the 405 will hopefully put an end to the delusion that we can just keep expanding highways to accommodate more and more cars. Can Southern California finally have a regional discussion about building a rail line between Sylmar and LAX that can unite Metrolink, the Orange Line, the Purple Line, the Expo Line as well as major east/west arteries as a public transit alternative?