Metro Regional Connector Downtown Subway Opens Friday June 16By Joe Linton | | No Comments
The wait will soon be over for LA Metro's Regional Connector, which ties together three Metro lines – the A (Blue) Line, E (Expo) Line and L (Gold) Line.
Long Beach Opens New Mark Bixby Walk/Bike Path along Harbor BridgeBy Joe Linton | | No Comments
The spectacular path would not have happened without the vociferous, aggressive advocacy of its namesake Mark Bixby
What L.A.’s Pilot “La Sombrita” Shade/Light Structure Does and Doesn’t DoBy Joe Linton | | No Comments
Is La Sombrita a new design for bus stop shading and lighting to be installed quickly and cheaply? Or a sad joke at the expense of L.A. transit riders? Probably somewhere in the middle of those.
Southern California Mobility Advocates Rally for State Speed Camera BillBy Joe Linton | | No Comments
Will Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon support safer streets or the continued worsening of the current deadly status quo?
Metro and Caltrans 605/60 Freeway Widening Project Could Demolish San Gabriel Valley HomesBy Joe Linton | | No Comments
Early designs for Metro and Caltrans 605 Freeway Corridor Improvement Project (605CIP) show more than a dozen home demolitions in South El Monte and Pellissier Village
Eyes on the Street: Crosswalk Collective Makes Safer Routes to SchoolBy Joe Linton | | No Comments
The project features two new crosswalks near schools, plus the first use of the collective's new feature: a "STOP" stencil
L.A. Metro Extends Free Student Pass Program through June 2024By Joe Linton | | No Comments
Metro extended free student GoPass rides through the end of June 2024. More than 241,000 students have already registered as GoPass participants, representing nearly 20 percent of the county's 2+ million students.
City Councilmember Eunisses Hernandez on MacArthur Park Station, the Surrounding Community, and Metro’s Pilot InterventionsBy Joe Linton | | No Comments
"We can’t and shouldn’t resort to hostile infrastructure. It lowers the quality of life for everyone who has to use that space, those who are housed and unhoused, who are riding the subway."
Bike Lanes Recently Added on San Fernando Road and Foothill BoulevardBy Joe Linton | | No Comments
Modest bike safety upgrades in Cypress Park and Sylmar
626 Golden Streets Heart of the Foothills 2023 – Open ThreadBy Joe Linton | | No Comments
The 6.5-mile long route primarily took place on Bonita Avenue and Arrow Highway through the cities of San Dimas, La Verne, Pomona and Claremont
Showdown Looms Over Successful Culver City Bus/Bike/Walk ImprovementsBy Joe Linton | | No Comments
Culver City opted to install low-cost quick-build walk/bus/bike upgrades exactly where they are most needed - in its walkable historic downtown, connecting to its E Line station. The improvements are now under threat.
Metro MacArthur Park Station Pilot: So Far, Heavy on Punitive MeasuresBy Joe Linton | | No Comments
Metro turned down the torture music, but more MacArthur Park station interventions are planned - including getting around to some positive programs