5900 Wilshire Gets The Shaft: Westside Subway Extension Begins This Week
Los Angeles Magazine
Angelenos Invited To Explore Metro Station Artwork In Series Of Public Tours ("Every day throughout L.A.County, throngs of commuters pass by artwork in their local transit station, often without giving the pieces a second glance. Metro officials are trying to change that — through monthly art tours that provide insight into the artists behind the creations.")
Anschutz's Attempt To Sell AEG Froze L.A. Football Bid, Says NFL Official
Breaking: There's Finally Light At The End Of The Expo Legal Tunnel, Supremes Set Court Date
Buscaino, Englander's Road Bond Proposal Is Back, But Will It Go Forward?
California High Speed Rail Authority Extends Contracts Totaling Nearly $50M
KABC Los Angeles
DeFazio Tackles The Eternal Question...How To Fund The Highway Trust Fund?
American Society Of Civil Engineers
DOT Launches "Women In Transportation" Video Series At White House Forum, Invites The Public To Submit Their Own Stories
U.S. DOT Fast Lane Blog
High-Speed Rail A Highlight Of Brown's China Trip
Associated Press via Sacramento Bee
L.A.'s Parking Wars Take A Toll On Drivers And Meter Officers Alike
Los Angeles Times
New Gold Line Bridge In Arcadia Defaced With Graffiti
The Nuclear Option For Rude Subway Riders: Wearable Speakers
The Atlantic: Cities
Officials Seek Merger Of Planning, Building And Safety
Los Angeles Downtown News
Post-Sandy Elevation Requirements Ensure We Build To Last
U.S. DOT Fast Lane Blog
Stick A Pin On It ("For street-level information, the most expensive part of mapping, MapBox relies on data gathered and distributed for free by OpenStreetMap (OSM), a crowdsourced mapping project managed by the not-for-profit OpenStreetMap Foundation, run entirely by volunteers.")
The Straight And Narrow On LA's Sharrows War
Study: Too Many Drivers Fail To Look For Pedestrians When Turning Left
Tackling Terrible Traffic: How Cities Try To Ease Commutes
NPR Talk Of The Nation
TomTom Research Finds Los Angeles Most Congested City In North America (L.A. edges out Vancouver, Honolulu and San Francisco)
We Are In Overdrive: L.A. Constructs The Future, 1940-1990 (The Getty Museum and Getty Research Institute launch an historic exhibit next week as a follow up to "Pacific Standard Time." Metro is contributing several items to tell the story of how Los Angeles rapidly evolved into one of the most populous and influential industrial, economic and creative capitals in the world)
Metro Transportation Library Primary Resources Blog
Westside Subway Extension Renamed "Purple Line Extension"
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