Metro Study Says Orange Line BRT Speeds Could Be Increased (The Source) Opinion: Palladium Towers Will Provide L.A. Much Needed Housing (LAT) Renters Suing AirBnB Over Westside Evictions (KPCC, LAT) Scientist: Let The L.A. River Flood Sometimes (Curbed) L.A. City Council Approves Turn Over Of Ontario Airport (Pasadena Star News) Caltrans Will Reward Someone To Play […]
Metro Sponsors Made in LA Ride III: LA River Edition, led by C.I.C.L.E.! Pickles, surfboards and all things bikes! Enjoy a ride along the LA River and learn about places that manufacture and create goodies in LA! On Saturday, September 21, through a sponsorship by Metro, C.I.C.L.E. (Cyclists Inciting Change thru LIVE Exchange), with the […]
This might be the first week in a long time that the calendar doesn’t have a bike ride (note: ride added!). Are we missing something? Let us know… Wednesday – The California Highway Patrol, AAA and LACBC hold a press conference announcing the first day of the “three foot passing law.” The “Three-Feet-for-Safety Act” legally mandates […]
Construction is proceeding on L.A.'s $482 million Sixth Street Viaduct, anticipated to open in 2019
Last Thursday, Metro and Cityworks Design held two meetings to lay out the design options for Segment A of the Rail-to-River project for the community and to solicit feedback.
Metrolink Head Michael DePallo Quits As Of January 2015 (LAT) Garcetti’s Great Streets Initiative Looks Forward To Reseda Boulevard (Daily News) Waze App Sending Unwelcome Cars To Formerly Quiet L.A. Streets (KPCC) What L.A.’s Historic Red Car System Used To Look Like (KCET) L.A. County Population Is Now Officially Over 10 Million (Daily News) High […]