Expo Safety, Metro Day Passes, Purple Line Flyover, Metro Gates, Carmageddon II, BH Subway, Bike Lanes, I-5 Burbank & More
1934 Map Shows Los Angeles' Extensive Public Rail System
AASHTO Top Leaders Announce Retirements ("The American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials announces that Executive Director John Horsley and Director of Program Finance and Management Jack Basso have notified the AASHTO Board of Directors that they intend to retire effective Feb. 1, 2013.")
AASHTO Press Release
Assessing And Comparing Environmental Performance Of Major Transit Investments (344p. PDF)
Transit Cooperative Research Program
Summary Of Research Findings (24p. PDF)
Biking Saves Americans $4.6 Billion Each Year
Buffered Bike Lanes Coming Soon To Montana Ave. In Santa Monica
CA Senate Passes 3-Foot Passing Bill. Will Gov Brown Sign It This Time?
CA Transportation Commission Allocates $224 Million To The I-5 Project In Burbank
Carmageddon II Delayed ("Officials initially hoped to shut down a segment of the San Diego (405) Freeway next month, but delays to the $1 billion project are pushing the massive closure back to August or September.")
Los Angeles Daily News
A Deeper Look In The Metro Budget: Goodbye $5 Day Passes?
Disputed Beverly Hills Subway Route Approved
Estimating Life Expectancies Of Highway Assets: Vol. 1, Guidebook (150p. PDF) and Vol. 2, Final Report (242p. PDF)
National Cooperative Highway Research Program
Fewer Jobs + Expensive Gas = Less Cars On The Road
Natural Resources Defense Council Switchboard Blog
Fly Over The Purple Line Subway As It Runs Under Bev Hills High
For Cyclists, Revolution Must Catch Up
New York Times
Gas Prices Expected To Fall Further Heading Into Summer
Gold Line Parking Downsized?
Good News? Fewer Jobs Means Less Traffic
Orange County Register
Governor Brown Celebrates Golden Gate Bridge By Touting High Speed Rail
California High Speed Rail Blog
A Great New Resource On European Buses And Bus Rapid Transit
Gridlock, On Roads And In Highway Bill Talks, Marks Memorial Day Weekend
I-215 Widening Gets $113.4 Million Infusion
It's Costly, But Los Angeles Is Getting Its Rail Mojo Back
LA County Subway To Lock Gates For First Time
LA Metro Ticket Honor System Coming To End
ABC Los Angeles
Los Angeles And The Case For Transit Oriented Development: Building And Funding TOD (Part 3 of 3)
[D.C.] Metro Strains To Talk But Struggles For Clarity Among Many Channels ("WMATA promised a revolution in its communications a year ago...So where are we now?")
TBD On Foot
No More Free Rides On LA's Subway System; Years Of Honor-System Ticketing Set To End
Opinion: L.A.'s Lost Opportunity For Job Creation (Metro rail cars)
Los Angeles Times
Park This Way: Get Ready To Pay Up To $6 An Hour At Downtown Meters
Los Angeles Downtown News
Public Art In Transit
Urban Land Institute
A Ride On The New Expo Line From Culver City To Downtown Los Angeles...
Safety Expert Calls For More Upgrades On Expo Line ("A USC professor asserts that three crossings on the 7.9-mile route are 'woefully inadequate.' The MTA and the state say the route has been thoroughly tested.")
Los Angeles Times
South Pas Residents Dubious Of 710 Freeway Tunnel: Metro Officials Said They Will Look At All Alternatives In The Early Stages Of An Environmental Study
Transportation Bill Excluded From House Summer Legislative Agenda
Transportation Issues Daily
Video: Take The Purple Line From Western To Santa Monica (Without Waiting Decades)
Westside Residents Worry About "Ramp Jam" ("Representatives from the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority release details about the impending street closure, set to start June 22.")
Westwood-Century City Patch
Westside Subway's Officially On Its Way
Zev Yaroslavsky, Los Angeles County Supervisor, Third Distrct
What's Next For The Opponents Of The Subway Under Beverly Hills High?
Southern California Public Radio
When The 1% Say No: Cities Need Public Transit And Affordable Housing -- But Outdated Laws Make It Easy For The Wealthy To Block Progress
Why We Pay More For Walkable Neighborhoods
The Atlantic: Cities
Walk This Way: The Economic Promise Of Walkable Places In Metropolitan Washington, D.C.
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