Today’s Headlines

  • Gigantic Metro Board Agenda Will Decide Billions in Spending (The Source)
  • “Give Me 3” Passes Assembly, Moves to Senate (Biking In L.A.)
  • Traditional Cab Drivers v Lyft and Other Rideshare Companies (LAT)
  • Metrolink Gets Delivery of Safer Rail Cars (LAT)
  • “CEQA Optimist” Defends the Environmental Law (KCET)
  • Proposed Casden Mega-Development Drops Plans for Target, Grocery Stores, Some Housing (LAT)
  • Photo Recap of the “Crit Race” at City Hall on Sunday (City Grounds)
  • King County Water Board Adds Suit to the Pile Against High Speed Rail (Examiner)
  • Long Beach Hires New Transit Chief (Press-Telegram, Gazettes)
  • Red Light Camera Critics Back State Assembly Bill to Extend Yellow Signal Phase by One Second (CBS)
  • Dashboard Cam Catches Some Read Road Rage, Can Thrown Out Window at Prius (LA Weekly)

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

  • calwatch

    Certainly our cab system needs to be improved dramatically. Dana Gabbard waited over three hours, past midnight, for an accessible cab after the Deborah Murphy Streetsblog party, which was absurd. If I had thought to suggest Uber instead, then the cost would be higher, but there would be no sitting on a staircase in a geographically isolated part of the city for an interminable amount of time.