Today’s Headlines

  • RFP Released For Teardown of Terminal Island Freeway (LongBeachize)
  • Skepticism About Great Streets, Better to Widen to Reduce Congestion (LAT)
  • Carnage: Koreatown Multi-Car Hit-and-Run Crash Driver Flees on Foot (LAT)
  • Planning South East L.A. Multi-City CicLAvia Not Easy (LA Register)
  • Graphics: Discrepancies Between Metro Ridership Estimates and TAP Cards Tapped at Stations (LAT)
  • Metro Approves $4M Pedestrian Bridge for Regional Connector (Downtown News)
  • Caltrans to Add 14-Mile Toll Lane to 405 Freeway Through OC (LAT)
  • Gold Line Foothill Extension Construction On Target For Late 2015 Opening (LA Register)
  • Man on Bridge Shuts Down 5 Freeway During Friday p.m. Commute (LA WeeklyLAT)
  • Closure Due To Unexpected Cracks on 405’s Mulholland “Carmageddon” Bridge (The Source)
  • Chicago DOT Proposes City’s First Curb-Protected Bike Lanes (SB Chicago)
  • NYC Tunnels: For the Real Picture, Count People Not Vehicles (SB NYC)
  • A Look At How Well Free Public Transit Works (Salon)

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  • Joe, Estimared ridership (using sampling and statistical analysis) minus TAP cards scanned does not equal “Fare evasion”. Please change that wording.

  • Joe Linton

    Yes – the L.A. Times article is a lot broader than my quick 4-word summary. How would summarize that article in 12 words or less?

  • “Discrepancies exist between Metro ridership estimates and TAP cards tapped at stations”

    How’d I do?

  • Joe Linton

    Great – I updated (but cut the word “exist” for brevity)