Transportation Headlines on Paper.li

7/15/2011

Union Station Plan, Carmageddon Arrives Tonight, '84 Olympics Traffic, Beverly Hills Subway, Geography Of Commuting, Carbon Emissions & More


Infrastructurist

Before The "Carmageddon": A Photographic Look At The Construction Of 5 SoCal Freeways ("In the twenty years between 1950 and 1970, more than 500 miles of freeways were built in L.A." Here are some rarely seen photographs of Hollywood, Harbor, Santa Monica, San Diego and Foothill Freeway construction)
LA As Subject via KCET

Beverly Hills Weekly

Cyclelicious

Can Rodeo Drive Handle A Subway Stop? ("This enemy is a beast to be reckoned with, and some merchants claim it will irreparably damage the luxe way of life on Rodeo Drive. What is this monster, you ask? One that afflicts every major city worldwide: public transit.")
Haute Living

Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times

LA Observed

Downtown Dreams: Los Angeles Metro Kicks Off Ambitious Plans For Union Station
Architect's Newspaper

Scientific American

The Atlantic


Los Angeles Times


Long-Term Gain With 405 Closure (Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa)
Huffington Post

KCET
No Car-Tastrophe In '84 (video compilation showing interviews with traffic planners charged with averting gridlock for the Summer Olympics in Los Angeles)
KCET

Bike Commute News

Mayor Bloom On Santa Monica's Land Use & Circulation Element (The plan strives to balance growth, neighborhoods, and traffic with "no net new car trips." It has received accolades, and the city has become a model for consensus-based planning)
Curbed LA

Whittier Daily News

Beverly Hills Patch

KCET

Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Daily News

NPR

Inhabitat

Los Angeles Daily News

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