After EPA and Caltrans pulled the plug, Metro now seeks "to reframe the conversation to set a clear path where established principles that are agreed to by all stakeholders, including communities along the corridors, are reimagined to address issues like congestion and air quality and how highway investments are made."
CA Won’t Lift Mask Rules For Another Month (LAT, LAist) Stress-Free Bikeway Criticized By Hancock Park Homeowners (Larchmont Buzz) Gold Line Progress At Glendora Station (SGV Tribune) Whittier Hopes To Fix One Of Its Busiest Intersections (Whittier Daily News) Arcadia Homeless Housing Sparks Debate (LAist) West Hollywood Eyes More Privately-Owned Public Spaces (WeHoVille) Urbanize On […]
Sure, amending the MUTCD is long overdue. But it's also time to set strong standards that go beyond actual street signage and into the digital realm, advocates say.
Key city and county budget hearings and votes, Metro committees, Expo bike/walk path, fareless transit, Foothill Gold Line, Neighborhood Council deadlines, and more
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Councilmember de León is seeking an alternative "maintaining two through lanes" for drivers - and asking Metro to hold a series of well-advertised in-person meetings.