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Alameda Corridor-East, CAHSR Draft EIR/S, 710 Tunnel, Rail/Transit Ballot Initiatives, TOD & MoreFarmers Field,

After City Approval, What's Next For Farmers Field? ("Transportation impacts have been the biggest source of public debate for the stadium, despite AEG's insistance that Sunday traffic around Downtown—the time when most NFL home games would be played—is light and manageable. Downtowners should be interested to see if the EIR might include money for the L.A. Streetcar project as part of its traffic mitigations.")
Blog Downtown

StreetsBlog DC

California Voices

Metro Magazine

California High-Speed Rail Authority Press Release

California High Speed Rail Authority Press Release
Draft Environmental Impact Report / Statement: Merced To Fresno (webpage links to numerous sections, technical appendices and alignment plans)
California High Speed Rail Authority
Draft Environmental Impact Report / Statement: Fresno To Bakersfield ((webpage links to numerous sections, technical appendices and alignment plans)
California High Speed Rail Authority

Walnut Patch

Transportation For America

Los Angeles Times

StreetsBlog LA

Beverly Hills Courier

Riverside Press-Enterprise

Silicon Valley Mercury News

Curbed LA

Los Angeles Downtown News

Sacramento Bee
Mineta Transportation Institute

My Garden: Pasadena Transformed ("Originally purchased by Caltrans for building a freeway, the property had become a weed-covered abandonned lot. In 2003, the City of Pasadena and Caltrans began to think about a new way develop the lot. Betty McKenney suggested a garden and eventually, the city and Caltrans agreed.")
Garden Design

The City Fix

Planning For TOD At The Regional Scale (28p. PDF : "Building successful TOD requires thinking beyond the individual station and understanding the role each neighborhood and station area plays in the regional network of transit-oriented places. It also requires an understanding of the real estate market,major employment centers, and travel patterns in the region. Regional planning for successful TOD projects is really about the coordination of existing plans for growth, transit, housing and jobs, as well as programs and policies at all levels of government.")
Reconnecting America

Fresno Bee


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