Metro CEO Wiggins takes hold of an agency at a crossroads - with Operations, Security, and Highway departments often unresponsive to the agency's stated vision.
The U.S. is still failing to make meaningful progress to end the decades-long racial disparity in fatal car crash rates across modes, a new study finds — and things got worse during the pandemic.
The Pandemic Reshaped Public Space and Streets (LAist) Lawsuit Accuses Sheriff Deputies Of Beating Black Man During Traffic Stop (LAT, LAist) Gateway Cities Tech Committee Reaffirms Freeway Widening (@StreetsblogLA and @streetsforall Twitter) L.A. Receives $18M Safe Street Grant For Broadway In South L.A. (NBC) Councilmember Bonin Initiative To House Venice’s Unhoused (LAT, Daily Breeze) CA […]
Metro Breaks Ground On Airport Connector (Urbanize, Daily News, The Source) …LAT Questions If LAX Rail Will Be Enough To Jump-Start L.A. Transit Metro Sales Tax Revenue Above Expectations (@numble Twitter) BLM Says LAPD ‘Failed Completely’ To Punish Officers In Protest Abuses (LAT) Carnage: Freeway Car Crash In Pasadena Kills One (SGV Tribune) …Driver Kills […]
Metro board meeting, street vendor justice rally, Care First budget rally, Adams Boulevard safety, and more
Installation is underway on 1.6-miles of peak-hour Alvarado Street bus lanes - extending from 7th Street (at MacArthur Park) to Sunset Boulevard (near Echo Park).