With successful passage of Measure M in November, Metro is marching forward with new projects aimed at dramatically transforming LA transit, including speeding up buses on busy Vermont Avenue. Click here for the full article.
Thanks to the voter-approved Measure M sales tax initiative, LA County will see its transit network grow immensely over the coming decades. Now, Metro is considering partnering with private companies to get some of the projects funded by Measure M dollars up and running ahead of schedule. Click here to read full article.
This month, Metro's regional service councils will review a technical study for one of the earliest Measure M projects.
This month, Metro's regional service councils will review a technical study for one of the earliest Measure M projects: a potential bus rapid transit line linking North Hollywood Station to the Gold Line in Pasadena. Click here to read the full Urbanize LA article.
A new bridge connecting Cypress Park to Elysian Valley over the Los Angeles River opens today with a protected lane for pedestrians and cyclists. To read the entire LA.Curbed.com article click here.
Century City is a step closer to having the "Susan Bursk Subway Station." Previously the project secured 1.6 billion in federal funding. Click here to read the full article.
At its meeting next week, the full Metro board of directors will consider four big proposals on future Metro rail construction. To read the entire StreetsBlog LA article, click here.
The Federal Aviation Administration on Friday approved the $2.6-billion stadium the Rams and Chargers will share in Inglewood. The agency has been concerned about how the radar at nearby Los Angeles International Airport would interact with the stadium that will be the centerpiece of a 298-acre sports and entertainment complex. To read the entire LATimes.com article click here.
The Chargers are leaving San Diego for Los Angeles, owner Dean Spanos announced Thursday in a letter posted on the team’s website. To read the entire LATimes.com article click here.
The NFL has extended by two days the Jan. 15 deadline for the Chargers to make their Los Angeles decision, so as not to conflict with divisional playoff games or the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday. To read the complete LATimes.com article click here.