LA Times Buyouts
City Hall Backpedaling on LA's Mobility Plan
A New Hurdle for High-Speed Rail: the San Gabriels
If you've ever taken the drive from LA to San Francisco you know it's no short trip, and with the cost of airfare unpredictable, California voted in 2008 to build a bullet train connecting the two cities. But it hasn't been a smooth ride thus far for the nation's most expensive public works project, ever.
CicLAvia Cleaning Los Angeles
The party of two-wheeled pedal riders proved to be a success again for this weekend?s Ciclavia. Tens of thousands showed up for Sunday?s event, which closes streets in one stretch of town to cars and trucks, but encourages foot and bicycle traffic. The event celebrated five years, just as a study is released today showing how good Ciclavia is for the air around those neighborhoods. Even so, transit ridership is falling.